George Albert Smith, 18 Mar 1932

-- 18 Mar 1932
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] <empty entry> (1)

-- 3 May 1932
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] "Met with brethren in temple Primary and [daughter] Emily & Vilate Raile discussed. My nerves very much unstrung." (1)

-- Jun 21, 1932
[President Heber J. Grant Diary] At 11:30 Brother Nicholas G. Smith called with his brother, George Albert Smith, and we blessed Brother Nicholas and ordained him a patriarch and set him apart to officiate in the Salt Lake Stake and to give blessings to outgoing missionaries and people from the missions and other places where there is no patriarch. (2)

-- 1932. July 29
(George H. Brimhall) :After several months of ill health, Brimhall became depressed. "His restless spirit chafed under the long seige which had sapped his strength." While his wife was out of the house on a short shopping trip, Brimhall killed himself with a hunting rifle. Apostles George Albert Smith, Richard R. Lyman, and Melvin J. Ballard participated at his funeral program. He was buried in Provo Cemetery. (3)

-- Aug 19, 1932
[President Heber J. Grant Diary] I went upstairs and submitted to Elders James E. Talmage, Richard R. Lyman, George Albert Smith and Rugger (sic) Clawson, an editorial that Joseph J. Cannon had written and submitted for approval, to be published in the Deseret News. We felt it would be a mistake to publish the editorial. It was suggesting what resolutions should be passed by the Republican Convention. ... (2)

-- Oct 22-Oct 31, 1932
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] he is in Eastern Canada (1)

-- Nov 17, 1932
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] "At Temple with Council. Am sad to know there is so much misunderstanding (OVER) among some of our leaders." (1)

-- Dec 30, 1932
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] "Had a long visit with David O. McKay. I fear he doesn't realize the attitude he assumes may be wrong." (1)

-- Dec 31, 1932
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] "Met with David O. McKay and Br. Cannon (?). Regret inability to make them feel further responsibility." (1)

-- During 1932
(George Albert Smith) A long-time advocate of the Boy Scout movement in the Church, Smith was awarded the Silver Buffaloâ€"the highest award in American Scouting. His citation read, "George Albert Smith: Business executive, religious leader, former President of the International Irrigation Congress and International Farm Congress, Federal Receiver of Public Moneys and Special Disbursing Agent for the State of Utah. Member of the Quorum of Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and General Superintendent of the Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association of the Church. Organizer and President of the Utah Pioneer Trails and Land-Marks Association. Member of the National Executive Board of the Boy Scouts of America, Program Divisional Committee on Relationships and of its Region Twelve Executive Committee, and identified with its local activities since its organization. He has been indefatigable in serving the cause of scouting and to his enthusiasm fo
r its program must be largely traced the fact that Utah stands above all other states in the percentage of boys who are Scouts." (3)

1 - Journals of George Albert Smith
2 - Diary of Heber J. Grant,
3 - Van Wagoner, Richard and Walker, Steven C., A Book of Mormons,

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