MANNERS & MORALS: Troopers in Louisiana

MANNERS & MORALS

New Orleans police last week rounded up the latest in teen-age gangs: a band of "Storm Troopers" who for weeks had annoyed the upper-bracket suburb of Metairie by smashing street lights, throwing rocks through train windows, and general hell-raising. They carried mimeographed membership cards, in English and crude German, adorned with swastikas and pictures of Adolf Hitler. In their headquarters, an abandoned store, police found 4,000 rounds of 22-caliber ammunition, some shotgun shells, 36 knives, a rifle and two air rifles. The group's Führer was 15. Said he: "I have information that Hitler is still alive in Argentina....

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