fire that movement aluminum on ad- into use. It happened just the way the teacher said. A few days ago Patrolman Tom Lloyd took lessons in artificial respiration at the Torrance . Fire Department'* class for Torrance policemen. "You never know," the instructor, instructor, Albert Sakido, commented. commented. "You could save somebody's life." ; Then Lloyd and his partner, Gary Rippstein, got a hurry- up can to a bowling alley at 24600 Crenshaw Blvd. * "Child choking," the dispatcher' dispatcher' said. 'Â·. j ; * , Â· Â« Â· r THEY FOUND Gary lie L a F o n n t a i o , 4 in unconscious, blue 'VfÂ»Â»(Â»i^Â» V,* *VnnÂ»K^ \Xr~ breathing. His mother, Mrs. Grace LaFountain, of 4566 172nd SL, Lawndale, was holding . Gary in her arms. Lloyd upended Gary, poked Young a piece of candy out ' throat and tried ,mouth-to-mouth 'artificial piration he had just learned in first-aid class. /Â· , By the 1^** an ambulance arrived, Gary was breathing. Doctors at little Company Mary Hospital had a look him and said he was doing fine and could go home. also ' s a i d Patrolman probably saved the boy's life.