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December 2, 1995 | ERIC HARRISON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tooling around in her Jaguar convertible, dishing the inside story on Burt and Loni and wearing fur stoles and diamonds, Jacqueline Levitz cut quite a figure in this unpretentious Mississippi River town of antebellum mansions and shotgun shacks. Even so, friends say, not many people here knew her.
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December 2, 1995 | ERIC HARRISON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tooling around in her Jaguar convertible, dishing the inside story on Burt and Loni and wearing fur stoles and diamonds, Jacqueline Levitz cut quite a figure in this unpretentious Mississippi River town of antebellum mansions and shotgun shacks. Even so, friends say, not many people here knew her.
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November 28, 1995 | Associated Press
FBI agents joined the search Monday for furniture heiress Jacqueline Levitz, who investigators fear was murdered. Vicksburg police and Warren County sheriff's officers met with federal agents to discuss the case of the 62-year-old socialite, who was last seen alive Nov. 18. Investigators suspect she was killed that night at her home, where they found a blood-soaked mattress and carpet stained with blood.
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December 3, 1995 | From Associated Press
Two people were arrested Saturday in connection with a burglary at the home of millionaire Jacqueline Levitz the weekend after she disappeared. George Alexander, 17, and Randy Cook, 21, were charged with breaking and entering and grand larceny, Warren County Sheriff Paul Barrett said. He said the woman's fax machine and credit cards were stolen from her Mississippi River home last weekend.
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November 26, 1995 | from Associated Press
Jacqueline Levitz was a fixture of high society in Palm Beach, Fla., a millionaire's wife known for elegant soirees and work with charities. She owned diamonds once worn by Marilyn Monroe. After her husband's death, she moved to this historic small city for peace and quiet and to get back to her Southern roots. Then she vanished, leaving signs of a violent struggle and blood in her one-story brick house.
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November 26, 1995 | From Associated Press
Dogs searching a wooded area Saturday were unable to find the body of a millionaire missing for a week from her bloodied home. And the family of missing Jacqueline Levitz offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to any arrests in the case, which is now being treated as a homicide. Levitz, 62, was last seen Nov. 18, buying wallpaper for the house she bought after moving from Palm Beach, Fla., last month. On Monday, a relative found the door to her house open.
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