Education: Psychiatrist

One of Buffalo's brightest boys, by the sworn word of his parents, was young Patrick Lepeiro, 11. One day Patrick was bumped by the automobile of Mrs. Edward J. Laube, wife of a well-to-do restaurateur. After that, according to the Lepeiros, Patrick fell behind in his studies. He was subject to head pains, fits of giggling. He played with younger children. Mr. & Mrs. Lepeiro took their dull son to Psychiatrist Hyman Levin of the Buffalo State Hospital. Dr. Levin gave him an intelligence test, flunked him, and last week went to court...

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