People, Jul. 26, 1976

What do Truman Capote, Alexander Solzhenitsyn and Barbara Hutton have in common? Answer: things have been working out fine for them. Sort of. Writer Capote, now finishing his high-society novel Answered Prayers, didn't have a prayer in a Southampton, L.I., court last week, when he pleaded guilty to a drunken-driving charge. He was fined $165 and ordered to enroll in a state-run driver-rehabilitation program. Nobel Prizewinning Author Solzhenitsyn and Wife Natalya have learned Western ways too fast. She was at the wheel of their van when a Kansas highway patrolman pulled her over...

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