I located this article in the Google News Archive. It was published in the St. Petersburg (Florida) Times, 7 November 1949.
Wife in Death
New York - (AP) - Sophie Leiner, 54, died in her husband's arms early yesterday after a heart attack.
"What am I going to do without her?" grieved Charles Leiner, 60, to his son.
An ambulance doctor came and pronounced Mrs. Leiner dead of a heart attack.
The doctor then returned to the hospital, but when he arrived was told to turn back.
Returning to the Leiner home, the doctor found the husband dead of a heart attack - just 15 minutes after his wife's death.
Sophie Ett Leiner was my grandmother, Tillie Liebross Wilson's, first cousin. She emigrated to the United States from Torskie, Austria (today Torske, Ukraine) in 1910.  
She and Charles, a native New Yorker, were married in Brooklyn on 22 June 1918.  They had five children: Jerome, Seymour, Pearl, and twins Jack and Robert.
1. "New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957," digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed 2 August 2008), manifest, Kaiserin Auguste Victoria, Hamberg to New York, arriving 23 July 1910, List 49, Passenger 18, Sprince Ett; citing National Archives Microfilm Serial T715.
2. Torske is one of those places that JewishGen does not include in its Communities Database because, it is believed, it had too few Jewish people. It can be found, however, in the JewishGen Gazetteer.
3. Kings County County, New York, Certificate and Record of Marriage no. 7336 (22 June 1918), Charles Leiner and Sophie Ettinger [sic], New York City Municipal Archives, New York.