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O.C. Helton's Log House #483012

NBC Evening News for Friday, May 30, 1975
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(Studio) O.C. Helton having problems getting his log house built.
REPORTER: John Hart

(Snohomish Cnty., WA) O.C. Helton family began building new home for family 1 year ago - log house Cnty. stopped construction on house [HELTON - says county wouldn't accept plans for log house 's construction.] Helton from Smoky Mtns. [HELTON - loves site of log house ] Without architect's drawings, O.C. couldn't get building permit applied for; county has stopped construction, but even building inspector admits O.C. building strong, fine house [Building director William CARROLL - wants Helton to comply with code.] [HELTON - doesn't know what he'll do if courts rule against him. He can't whip the whole works.]
REPORTER: Don Harris

Reporter(s):
Harris, Don;
Hart, John
Duration:
00:03:30

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