News Pino Frank Alex Sudden Death, Monroe-News-Star (Monroe, LA) Tue 20 Feb 1940
2 AT WRESTLING r MATCH SUCCUMB SHREVEPORT, La., Feb. 20.-(.P>~ Two men died here last night from attacks suffered at a wrestling match at the Municipal auditorium. Ira Blume, a dentist, suffered a cerebral hemorrhage and was taken io a hospital where he died shortly ait-'r 10 pan. As an ambulance sped away with Blume, F. A. Pino, a sheet metal worker, collapsed into the arms of a bystander, while drinking a soft drink in the lobby of the auditorium. He died of a heart attack. Pino is survived by his widow and five Kins, I W. Pino of Shreveport, and Paul, Sewall. Wilton and Albert Pino, all of Baton Rouge, and two daughters, Mrs. Louise Arnold and Mrs. “Chick” Arnold, both of Baton Rouge. Dr. Blume is survived by his widow and two children, Mrs. Edith Love of Shreveport and Miss Mary- Blume, a student at Louisiana Tech; two brothers, Conway Bluroe of Houston, Tex., and Ernest Blume of Jonesboro, La.; five sisters, Mrs. W. H Young of Mmden, La.; Mrs. Mack Took* of Ringgold, I ¿a.. Mrs. E F. Osborne of . Houston, Mrs. Marshall Taiton of % Mmden and Mrs. Pearl Tw n of Memphis, Tenn., and two grandchildren. grandchildren.