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SATURDAY, JULY 26 INDEPENDENCE DAY
7:30 a.m.
Military Inspection and Review by the Commander-in-Chief
Troops under command of Brigadier General J.A.H. Jones, K.C.,D.S.O.,AFL
1st, 5th, 6th Infantry Regiments, and L.F.F.
10:30 a.m.

INDEPENDENCE DAY CEBRATION
Government Square

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PROGRAM
1. SINGING         | Hurrah!Centenial Day    | The National Choir
                   | Words and Music by D.W.B. Morris

2. PRAYER          | Dr T. E. Ward, D.D., Pn.D. |

3. SINGING         | O Clap Your Hands        | The National Choir

4. READING OF
   DECLARATION 
   OF INDEPENDENCE  | Miss Evelina Cooper   |

5. SINGING          | Forward March to Victory  |The National Choir
                    |By Lillian Evanti and Dedicated to the United Nations   |

6. ORATION          | Subject: Freedom | Hon. Abayomi W. Karnga 
                    |                  | K.C., G.C., B.A., M.A., LL.D.         

7. SINGING          | Hallelujah Chorus   | The National Choir
                    | Geo. F. Handel   |

8. BENEDICTION        | Rt. Rev. Willis J. King     |
                      | Bishop of the Methodist Church, Liberia     |
                      | The National Anthem     | 

Special guests will enter from the entrances named on special cards to be issued by the Official of Protocol, Department of State

UNVEILING CEREMONIES OF CENTENNIAL MONUMENT
At Government Square (Immediately after Independence Day Program)
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1. REMARKS     | by the Chairman, Centennial Commission   

2. SINGING     | Liberia Wonderland   
               | Words by Roland T. Dempster Music by D.W. B. Morris

3. UNVEILING OF
   MONUMENT     | by the President of Liberia

RECEPTION BY THE PRESIDENT
3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.     5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Fireworks Display from Government Square 8:30 o'clock Post Meridian
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