Radio: All Expenses Paid

TV contestants last week were busily nipping at the hand that fed them:

¶ In Baltimore, Louis Strom complained in a federal court suit that he never received the $7,250 home he won a year ago on TV's What's Your Bid? Strom protested that sponsor Charles Antell, Inc., its advertising agency and Prefabricators, Inc. held him off for eight months, then asked him to settle for a $4,600 house. His plea to the court: make Prefabricators, Inc.1) give him the promised house, or 2) pay him $7,250 in cash plus $2,500 damages.

¶ In Manhattan, NBC's Bride & Groom, which marries one lucky...

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