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Consider how hard it is to change yourself and you'll understand what little chance you have in trying to change others.
    --Jacob M. Braude, (1896-1970)

P.553 - §6 (48:6.14)  Here you are face to face with true friends and understanding counselors, angels who are really able to help you "to see yourself as others see you" and "to know yourself as angels know you."

P.555 - §4 (48:6.25)  And from them you will learn to suffer less through sorrow and disappointment, first, by making fewer personal plans concerning other personalities, and then, by accepting your lot when you have faithfully performed your duty.

    Judge Jacob M. Braude, 74, a veteran of both the Chicago Municipal Court and Circuit Court and a ready wit both on and off the bench.  Judge Braude, a native of Chicago, was long active in Jewish affairs. He was also a nationally known lecturer on criminology and juvenile delinquency.
    He was reelected to the Circuit Court in the Nov. 3 election. He had served on the court since 1956. From 1934 to 1956, he served in Municipal Court. Before taking the bench in the Municipal Court, he served as associate director of finance for Illinois and on the Illinois Highway Safety Committee under Gov. Henry Horner.
    In 1934 he became chairman of the National Conference of State Liquor Administrators and in 1938 became the presiding judge of Chicago Boys Courts.