Larchmont, N. Y., Holds Review and Parade

Larchmont, N. Y., Holds Review and Parade

The annual inspection and review of the Larchmont, N. Y., Fire Department was held on the evening of Thursday, September 8. The parade formed at 7:30 p.m., under command of Chief George S. Towle, the following units being in line: Hook & Ladder No. 1, 31 men; Engine Company No. 1, 30; Fire Company No. 2 (hose), 45; Patrol Company, 25 and Ambulance Company, 4, a total of 135 men. The apparatus of the various companies followed. The visiting officials and Chiefs marched near the head of the procession. The men of the department made a natty appearance and marched with military precision.

At the conclusion of the parade there was a review by the visiting officials and an inspection in front of Fire Headquarters, after which the department and guests proceeded to the Larchmont Shore Club, where a dinner was served.

Among the guests present were:

Mayor Munroe Stiner, of Larchmont; Mayor Henry Gedney, Mamaroneck; Chiefs Donald Howe, Weaver Street Fire Department; Domenick Samela, Mamaroneck; James N. Sullivan, Greenwich, Conn. (First Vice-President, Westchester Fire Chiefs’ Emergency Plan); Victor H. Veit, Stamford, Conn.; Theodore Cuthouse, Ossining (Director, F. C. E. P.); James A. McCullough, Port Chester (Director, F. C. E. P.) ; Michael Carroll, Harrison; John Fremd, Rye; Ex-Chief Robert Lemon, Mamaroneck, (Director, F. C. E. P.); Deputy Chiefs Oscar Grab, New Rochelle; Nelson Rundlett, Pelham Manor; Gus Burrell and P. Schneech, Harrison; Costello, Langeloh, Rye; Trustees, Larchmont, Walter Watkins, Frank Massam, W. Roy Manny and Albert B. Wiemann; and Robert H. Lockwood, Associate Editor, FIRE ENGINEERING.


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