Italian Police Arrest Two Suspected Members of a German Neo-Nazi GroupTwo suspected members of a banned West German neo-Nazi group were arrested yesterday in the town of Avezzano, about 55 miles east of here, Italian police reported. The two were identified as Franz-Joachim Bojarski, 30, of Fuerth, and Klaus Hubel, 20, of Bopfingen in Bavaria.

The two men were believed to have arrived in Italy from Yugoslavia and had been in Avezzano for two weeks, according to police. Two pistols and neo-Nazi propaganda material were confiscated in the apartment where they were staying. Police said the pistols were believed to belong to the owner of the apartment, a known Italian rightwing sympathizer.

According to police sources, Bojarski and Hubel are wanted by West German authorities as alleged members of the so-called sports groups headed by Karl Heinz Hoffmann. The group was declared illegal after a gun battle with police in Munich late last year. Bojarski and Hubel are expected to be extradited to West Germany where they face charges of neo-Nazi violence and agitation.