Food at Cost for Stable Help at Washington Park: Jockey Club Will Operate Track Kitchen; Aim to Keep Prices Down, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-14


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Food at Cost for Stable Help at Washington Park ParkJockey Jockey Club Will Operate Track Kitchen Aim to Keep Prices Down DownWashington Washington Park had good news yester ¬ day for the human inhabitants of the sta ¬ ble area and even the horses may be made happier because of the improved spirits moods and dispositions of their attendants because The racing association is going to oper ¬ ate its own stable kitchen and restaurant within the grounds on the back stretch section for the specific benefit of the trainers men and boys who care for the horses who provide the sport at Washing ¬ ton ParK Good food will be provided at cost prices The swipes will eat as fcood as patrons of the club house dining room even if the victuals are a little less fancy in name appearance and cost costAnnouncement Announcement that the track will oper ¬ ate its own kitchen and dining room in the stable area was made by general manager John D Jackson who has made all the preliminary preparations in advance of the opening of the Arlington Washington Park season of 67 days on June 21 21Heretofore Heretofore the track kitchen has been operated by private individuals who had no official connection with the race track or the association The present building which houses the restaurant has been pur ¬ chased by the Jockey Club and will be re ¬ conditioned and moved within the enclos ¬ ure of the grounds by the simple expedient of moving the fence

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