THE CONGRESS: East Wind, Rain

The biggest undercover fight now going on in Washington is over what should be brought out in the Pearl Harbor hearings. Last week the fight boiled over in Congress.

The hottest unconfirmed story about Pearl Harbor is that some time before Dec. 4, 1941, the U.S. intercepted an important coded message from the Japanese.

The message alerted Jap forces to be ready to go to war when they received a weather report with the words "East Wind, Rain ; East Wind, Rain." Then that very weather report, so the story goes, was intercepted by...

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