Luncheon: USS Pueblo Story

  • San Francisco Italian Athletic Club 1630 Stockton Street San Francisco, CA, 94133 United States

Companion & author Jack Cheevers, former Los Angeles Times reporter, discusses when USS Pueblo set out for the chilly waters off North Korea that January day of 1968 on what should have been a routine mission of the Cold War: Carry out electronic surveillance of radar stations and watch for passing ships from the Soviet Union...

NOTE: Starting in May, our catering arrangements at the Club will see a change. First, we have to raise the tariff for the meal to $40. When you reflect upon it,this is the first increase we've seen in at least a decade (by my recollection...). San Francisco is a pretty expensive place to do business, so I think we are still getting a good deal for our money. Second, the Club will offer a choice of two entrees (plus a vegetarian option). We will have you register for your choice when you walk in (details on what this will look like is being worked out); when one option runs out, the choice will default to the second choice. The Club will provide one bottle of house wine for every four diners; additional wine is available for purchase by Companions.

Very respectfully,

Tom S

Thomas L Snyder
Captain, Medical Corps, U.S. Navy (Ret)
Commander
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