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n 1934, the Jewish Commu-
nity Center on Woodward at
Holbrook started a teen club.
Jerry Bielfield, who then
was a recent University of Michi-
gan graduate, became the club
sponsor. The members named
themselves the Titans. They
played basketball, baseball and
went tobogganing at Devon
cently attended the Detroit Coun-
try Day School auction held at
the school in Beverly Hills. Auc-
tioneer Robert Levy led the auc-
tion, which raised more than
$400,000 to I enefit the school.
An international theme, elegant
decorations and a delicious din-
ner were part of the evening.
Joel and Carol Dorfman
claimed a trip to London on the
Concorde with luxury ac-
commodations at the Hotel
Inter-Continental in Mayfair
and at Thornbury Castle in
Avon. David and Ann Levy
outbid the competition for a
family outing as guests of di-
rector Joel Zwick on the set
of one of his TV sitcoms.
Doug and Sydell Schubot
The Titans in 1964.
were the winners of a Far
Eastern adventure in Hong
Most members served in the Kong, Macao and China. Some
Army during World War II, and of the other DCDS supporters in-
the meetings ceased. After the cluded: Al and Maddee Adel-
war, the Titans erected a mon- son, Randy and Donna
ument in memory of their friend Friedman, David and Bar-
and member, Herbert Fun- bara Kaplan, Jan and Joyce
damensky, who was killed in ac- Green, Eric and Hilary Bor-
man, Stuart and Julie Bor-
When the war was over, the
meetings and activities resumed.
Bowling and poker were added
to the list of sports. The group
also purchased Israel Bonds.
The Titans still meet today for
monthly luncheons at Sero's
restaurant. Mr. Bielfield still at-
tends the monthly meetings and
partakes in an occasional poker
game. Today's group includes
George Friedman, Paul
Schultz, Ben Pollack, Sidney
Kaluzny, Bill Farber, Morrie
Rose, Isadore Epstein, Alex
Lipson, Herman Shapiro and
Sy Kaplan. Albert Waggen-
heim of Boca Raton, Nate
Bassin of Lake Worth and Don
Harris of Portland visit the
group when they are in town.
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The Titans still meet regularly.
More than 600 patrons re-