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Gunman's Wife Tells Police As He Robs Filling Station I LEBANON. Ind. Wft A gunman robbed and kidnaped a filling station station operator, his wife and three small children late Monday night after his -own -own pregnant wife and fnur rhildren sped away and tipped police. Sheriff Wilbur Slagle said Alfred Heck. 33, Carmel, parked his wife and four children in the driveway of a filling station south of here and entered with a shotgun. The sheriff said Mrs. Heck, who said she did not know her husband planned a holdup, drove to another another filling station and called police. police. Heck, the sheriff said, slugged the filling .station attendant, Jonn Redman. 23, Lebanon, took $150 from the cash drawer and turned out the lights. Ordered Into Car Redman's wife, Mary Lou. 25, and their children, Steve, 5; Mike, 3, and Douglas, 2, drove up to take Redman home. As Mrs. Redman Redman entered the station, she said,' the lights were flicked on and Heck ordered the five persons into the Redman car, with Redman driving. Redman said Heck seated him self in the rear seat with the older boy, and told them: "I need the money much worse than vou do and I don't care who I kill to get it. All of you be good and you'll be all right. After an hour and a half drive that took them through Zionsville, back to Lebanon and to a point near Carmel, the gunman got out of the car. Redman said he told them: bt Asks Them to an "I know it won't do any good to tell you not to report this, but don't report it for a while yet. But remember, I told you no one would get hurt and I kept my promise." Officers, acting: on Mrs. Heck's tip, arrested Heck at his home a short time later. Redman was treated in a Leba-j Leba-j Leba-j non hospital for a head wound and released. Sheriff Slagle said affidavits have been signed charging Heck with assault and battery with in tent to kill and armed robbery. 15 Motorists In District Lose Licenses Eight Richmond persons were among 15 in the district to lose their driver's licenses from Apr. 20-26, 20-26, 20-26, according to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Richmond offenders included five drunken driving cases and one reckless driving. Licenses revoked for drunken drivinsr belonged to Thir

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  2. 09 May 1956, Wed,
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