Some 125 potential young Nazis were in the Teutonic bosoms of their families yesterday while a lone cow abstractedly munched the grass of erstwhile Camp Wille und Macht, Griggstown, N. J.
Clad in brown shirts and black trousers, campers gathered on a street corner in Yorkville yesterday afternoon deploring the fate which had wrenched them from their Hitlerite camping grounds.
A handful of New York youths piled into two fruit trucks and entered the city via the Holland tunnel. They made a brave sight as they cruised up Grand street emitting a short, defiant hoot as they passed under the windows of the Jewish Daily Bulletin offices.
The young Nazis were dressed in brown shirts and black trousers. On their sleeves were embroidered streaks of lightning. Black imitation leather scabbards containing camping knives hung from their belts.
In one of the trucks the Hitlerite juniors were inconvenienced by the presence of a pile of lumber. Yorkville was the last stop. The twenty-five youths clambered down, raised their arms in a parting “Heil Hitler,” and wended their respective ways to their respective homes.
A new camp will be opened on a 200-acre tract in upstate New York, Hugo Haus, the leader, said. He denied that alleged Communist threats to bomb the camp were the cause of the disbanding.
Back in Griggstown the cow did not seem to miss the Nazi campers.