"...When Guy McAfee came to town and had the Frontier Club, he brought Los Angeles officers up with him to be his special officers.
When I was a policeman I went over at the Boulder Club, and in addition to my regular shift on the police department, I worked as a special officer in the Boulder Club prior to going into the navy..."
“...Guy McAfee, rumored gambling
dictator of Los Angeles...”
Berkeley Daily Gazette
March 16, 1937)
"...The Frontier Club, one of the most elaborate places in the state will open at 6 o'clock tomorrow evening... Guy McAfee is the president... Fred L. Kreiger is secretary-treasurer... Carl Mancill of the “91 Club” will be night floor manager, and Scotty Stoughten will be day floor manager... A neon sign, said to be the largest of its kind in the state of Nevada, will be placed 26 feet above the top of the building, showing a bucking bronco, and Indian, and the words “Frontier Club.”
(Excerpt from the Las Vegas Review Journal of May 10, 1939)
"...coming to Vegas buying "a night club" south of Las Vegas (Pair O' Dice) and a 2-floor building on Fremont Street..."
(Excerpt from the Las Vegas Review Journal of March 7, 1939)
“...The announcement of Guy McAfee that he and other gambling big shots have shaken the dust of Los Angeles from their feet and settled permanently in Las Vegas we're gambling is legal is palatable but needs salt. ....McAfee, or somebody like him, will be back...”
Excerpt from the The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California)
June 2, 1939)
“In Los Angeles, not long ago, two high police officials were convicted of high-crimes and misdemeanors, and under the administration of Mayor Bowron, the gambler-in-chief of the city, Guy McAfee, finding his occupation beset with annoyance, rather than encouragement, has departed for pastures more tohis liking. - Our gain is Nevada's loss...”
(Excerpt from San Marino Tribune
June 15, 1939)
"... He opened the Frontier Club and a swanky bar called the Mandalay Room adjacent to it. The bar also was a stab at appeasing his wife, June, Gaffey said. "June Brewster hated Las Vegas," he said. "She had been a star in a New York in a sexy revue and went to Hollywood. She was really into nightlife and the big city, and even Hollywood was a step down for her from N.Y.C. (Las Vegas) was a dump as far as she was concerned."