Wanda Toscanini Horowitz, 90, conductor Arturo Toscanini's...

Deaths Elsewhere

August 23, 1998

Wanda Toscanini Horowitz, 90, conductor Arturo Toscanini's daughter who nurtured and guarded her husband, Vladimir Horowitz, through his legendary but turbulent career as a piano virtuoso, died Friday in her Manhattan home.

Juanita Kidd Stout, 79, who became the first black woman elected judge in the nation when she won a seat on the Philadelphia Municipal Court in 1959, died Friday of leukemia. She also became the first black woman to serve on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, and had been a music teacher before pursuing a law career.

Pub Date: 8/23/98

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