Hunt Spreads For Kidnaped Eastern Baby Police Believe Childless Couple Took Infant to Appease Love Hunger DETROIT, Sept. 7 tS 5 *—The search for 17-month-old Harry Browe Jr., who disappeared from his perambulator Saturday, spread to adjoining states Monday as police investigated reports a child resembling the missing boy had teen seen in various sections. Officers held to the conviction the child was kidnaped by a childless woman, and that he was not harmed. They said they were seeking a man and woman who gave money for ice cream and candy to Charles Browe, 9, and Edgar, 7, while the two were pushing their brother about Clark park in the .perambulator. Three Vanished When the brothers returned, the child, the woman, and the man had Vanished. Joseph Hayden, a motorcycle driv- tr, told police he had seen, a child answering the missing youngster's description at Goshen, Ind., Sunday. "While I stopped to get gasoline ftt Goshen," he said, "an automobile with Michigan license plates drove in. There was a man and a woman and a crying baby in the car. I did not know about the Browe kidnaping. Questions Autoists "I asked the woman what was the inatter with him and she answered: 'Oh, he's not standing the trip very well.' After I got back to Detroit and saw the Browe baby's picture, I was positive it was the same child." A description of the car and its occupants was telegraphed to the Indiana state police. Robert Browe, the father, said he was confident that the baby was not kidnaped for ranson. Browe is a steel worker. Bendix Flier, Wife Reported Recovering GROWN POINT, N. M., Sept. 7 (/Pi — Damon Howard, Chicago, brother of Benny Howard, said Monday a constant improvement in the condition of the Bendix transcontinental air race victim and his wife ha been shown. 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But Few Hours Since Nablus already has a curfew from 6:30 p. m. until 6:30 a. m. its citizens Monday found themselves able to appear on the streets and do business only between 4:30 and 6:30 p. m. Eight Arabs were wounded in the Nablus hills, and one near Hflikania, when they fell afoul of British military patrols, it was reported Monday night. British planes took part in the engagement near Nablus, shooting. at tha Arabs with their machine guns. . , Attacks Repulsed Repeated attempts of terrorists to attack Tel Aviv from the sea were frustrated last night. The resurgence of . anti-Jewish attacks renewed rumors that Martial law will be proclaimed throughout the Holy Land as soon as .the new British reinforcements arrive from England. LONDON, Sept 7 — Lieutenant General John Greer Dill, former-director of military .operations and intelligence at the war office, has been named commander of all the British armed forces in Palestine, the colonial office announced Mpn day night. Daughter Sees Fatal Shooting of Mother LOGANSPORT, Ind., Sept. 7 (INS)—Before the horrified eyes ol her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Clooz, 36 a'widow, was shot and fatally wounded Monday by Roy Stanabury 42, an auto salesman, who later turned the gun on himself in an attempt to commit suicide. Police said that Mra. Clooz and Stansbury had gone around together for several years and that the shooting was -the climax of a jealous quarrel. Stansbury fired the fatal shot at his sweetheart as they were standing in the foyer of the hor- 1 where she lives with her.parents. Attracted by the sounds of their argument Mary Catherine Clooz, 15, and ; young playmate had come to th c head of the stairway as Stansburj drew his pistol and fired. Richman Plans N. Y. Hop Later in Week LONDON, Sept. 7 U& — Harr., Richman, the Broadway crooner said Monday night that Pilot Dick Merrill might fly him back to New York Wednesday or Thursday. 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