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A flag flies by a sign reading Cornerstone Laying for Beit Shaul Tchernichovsky. A large audience attends the ceremony and dignitaries are seated on stage at a table, in the background of the water tower, houses and fields of Herzliyah. Among those present are Herzliyah Mayor Ben Zion Michaeli and philanthropist and Beit Tchernichovsky initiator Benjamin Gichko. Writer Asher Barash speaks to the audience followed by others speaker. The audience listens and reporters take notes. Laying the cornerstone in participation with Barash and covering it with cement. People stand in a field on the backdrop of Herzliyah scenery.
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