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.