Source: Waveland Independent newspaper, Waveland, Montgomery County, Indiana. July 23, 1936
Two WPA workers of Crawfordsville, Orville NEWLIN and Warren McINTYRE, were instantly killed two miles south of Crawfordsville on No. 43 when the truck in which they were riding was run into by a beer truck coming from the south. Six others were injured, one of them Merle Lawton seriously. The men were on their way to work on the New Market water work project. The driver of the beer truck was asleep having driven all night from Evansville to deliver beer in Lebanon Saturday morning. - typed by kbz
Source: Muncie Star Press 19 July 1936 Sun p 24
Crawfordsville, Ind July 18 – Orville Newlin, 23 and Warren McIntyre, 48 both WPA workers, were killed today in a collision of two trucks south of this city. Six other workmen were injured. The truck on which the WPA workers were riding collided with a beer truck. Police arrested Earl D. Watson, 40, driver of the beer truck.
Source: Scottsburg Scott County Journal Wed 29 July 1936 Wed p 2
Two Crawfordsville WPA workers were killed and five others injured, one seriously in collision of two trucks on State Road 43. Those killed were Orville Newlin, 23, and Warren McIntyre, 48. Emerson Harris, Tommy Weliever, Roy Hall, Frank McClure and Bud Livingston were injured.