Jesse Winburn, Prominent Jewish Sportsman, Dies
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Jesse Winburn, Prominent Jewish Sportsman, Dies

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Jesse Winburn, prominent Jewish sportsman, died Sunday, at the New Rochelle Hospital, at the age of 58 Funeral services will be held today from his home, 973 Forrest Avenue, Rye, New York.

Mr. Winburn was the head of the Jesse Winburn Banking and Investment Company and of the New York City Car Advertising Company. He was well known as a sportsman, having loaned 1,000,000 francs to the French Olympic Fund in 1923 for carrying out the program of Olympic games in Paris. For some years he lived in Paris.

He presented to the Metropolitan Museum of Art Revenstyn’s Portrait of a Gentleman. Mr. Winburn had been a member of Temple Emanuel, and was prominently identified with the work of the Emanuel Brotherhood.

Funeral services were held yesterday in Philadelphia for Mrs. Minna Levinthal, wife of Rabbi B. L. Levinthal, dean of the Orthodox Rabbinate in this country. Mrs. Levinthal died in Atlantic City on Sunday from a paralytic stroke. The body was transported to Philadelphia where funeral services were held from her late home, 4036 Parkside Avenue. After services in the Beth Abraham Synagogue, of which her husband is the spiritual head, interment took place at the Mikveh Israel Cemetery, Besides her husband she is survived by four sons, Rabbi Israel Herbert Levinthal, of the Brooklyn Jewish Center, Louis E. and Abraham A. Levinthal of Philadelphia, Cyrus Levinthal of New York, and a daughter, Mrs. Hyman Ehrlich of Philadelphia.

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