This is coolbert:
As seen in the Chicago Tribune today the front page headlines of 7 June 1942.
From the Tribune article "Papers on WWII spy probe of Tribune could go public":
"JAP FLEET SMASHED BY U.S. 2 CARRIERS SUNK AT MIDWAY"
"DRAFT DODGERS IN U.S. JOBS HIT BY SENATE QUIZ"
"SUMMARY OF WAR NEWS"
"NAVY HAD WORD OF JAP PLAN TO STRIKE AT SEA"
"13 TO 15 NIPPON SHIPS HIT; PACIFIC BATTLE RAGES ON"
"ADM. NIMITZ'S OWN STORY"
Additionally that "spy probe" what it is called also from the Tribune ONLY AFTER SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS THE GRAND JURY DELIBERATIONS OF THE TRIBUNE HAVING REPORTED "NAVY HAD WORD OF JAP PLAN TO STRIKE AT SEA" TO BE MADE PUBLIC.
That importance of the American naval victory at Midway as touched upon in a prior blog entry: