The Jewish Welfare Board will conduct a survey to assist the Brooklyn Y.M.H.A., 339 Eighth street, to determine how best to serve the Jewish community of that borough, it was announced last night by Harry G. Anderson, president of the Brooklyn “Y,” at the annual meeting of the institution. The gathering marked its twenty-eighth anniversary.
Mr. Arderson was re-elected president for the eleventh year.
S. D. Gershovitz, executive director, reported an eight per cent increase in attendance at activities in the 1933-1934 season over the 1932-1933 season.
Other officers reelected for the year besides Mr. Anderson were: first vice-president, Eugene H. Paul; second vice-president, Harry M. Lewis; secretary, Charles W. Newmark and treasurer, Edward Feinberg.
Stephan von Gaden, physician at the court of Moscow under the Czars Alexis Mikhailovich and Feodor Alekseyevich was among those killed in the anti-boyar uprising of the Stryeltzy in 1682.