No Honeymoon In Vegas

The battle zone is a three-foot-wide sidewalk in the midst of America's capital of surrealism and located just two blocks from a man-made exploding volcano. There, three times a day, many of the nearly 500 strikers picketing outside Las Vegas' faded Frontier Hotel & Casino line up for hot meals served from a pink-and-white striped truck. Unusual? Not unless you consider that the $800-a-day bill for the free grub is paid by the Frontier's competitor, Circus Circus Enterprises Inc., and its chairman, William G. Bennett.

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