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Fire Guts Fish Market Kitchen Across Street from Fire Station t r n ; - "; fv.v ,i I y ' il tly f J j , ill r- z4 V" H P: "v ( - V Jesse Thompson examines blaokenod Interior of City Fish Market following fire yesterday. A flash fire that started in the kitchen of the City Fish Market, 24.11 Anderson Avenue, yesterday morning, burned four deep fryers and a range in the kitchen and caused considerable smoke damage to the rest of the interior of the building. The ceiling and walls were blackened, and packs of cigarettes, some candy, bread and cigars were damaged by the smoke. The cause of the fire is as yet unknown, though the fire department believes it may have been 3 Q InosT LOTS I Q $1,500 and up 0 0 2 & 3 BEDROOM HOMES fl $8,800 and up J QIN THE CITY n - close m -U BYOU MUST SEE THESE H TO APPRECIATE THE" U ED 7-1391 y caused by faulty wiring or light ning. . A passerby reported seeing smoke, through the windows of the fish market to the fire station across Anderson Avenue around 11:30 a.m. and three fire trucks answered the call. The blaze, which was confined to the kitchen, was put out in minutes, the fire department reported. Both owners of the City Fish Market were out of town at the time of the fire. George M. Thompson is in the Keys on vacation and his son, Jesse M. Thompson, was in Boca Grande yesterday morning. The fire department notified him of the blaze and on his request, called the Boyett Electric Company which re-wired the deep freeze room where fish are stored. The fire department is unable to make a damage estimate. Jesse Thompson said before he returned from Boca Grande that three employes of the fish market, Mrs. Bill Bass, Mrs. Chris-tinp Milev and Mrs. Mildred 0! Thompson came to the scene and ! started cleaning up the debris. The establishment will remain closed for at least three days for repairs, he reported. An oddity of the fire: the base Oswald Construction Co. ED 7-4391 1515 I.OC KWOOI) S& ESS D WHS ESS Efi? of a telephone was melted by the heat but once the power was restored, it was in operating condition. Fascist Speakers Pelted in London LONDON Iff) Police yesterday battled a mob threatening to break up Britain's first fascist street rally since World War II. The crowd, screeching "down with fascism," stormed a thin police line thrown around National Socialist Movement speakers in London's Trafalgar Square. Throughout the rally, party leader Colin Jordan, 38, and other speakers were pelted with apples, orange peel and tomatoes. Their words were constantly drowned out by cat-calls and jeering. A microphone cable was cut. Jordan left the square with a strong police escort at the end of the rally. But a party loudspeaker van was surrounded as it tried to drive away and its police escort overwhelmed. Party officials in the van were beaten up before police restored order. Waiting paddy wagons carted off 20 men and a woman to near by Cannon Row Police Station.