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R . . . E.tab. 1808 1010 h i s published Co. . . . ! .60 . . . . 1.25 "Gambling" Place in Platte County Reported Closed KANSAS CITY, Oct. 18. K--' The Kansas City Star says today the "gambling department" of the Green Hills Club is closed. Kansas City's little Monte Carlo in Platte county, two miles north of Riverside race track got the word to "fold up" and "fold up" it did. "Grand juries coufdn't do it," the paper comments. "The prosecuting attorney and county sheriff didn't do it. But a political campaign did it." The Green Hills Club, along the Riverside track, became issues in the gubernatorial campaign with, the nomination of Judge E. Park by the Democrats to sue- cecd the late Francis Wilson. pl . a . n " e is Judge Park is circuit judge in Platte county, he stated he had ling at Green Hills. Judge Park said he also had requested the attorney general to act, but nothing had come of it.