Sarasota News Leader

05/09/2014

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The wagon then disappeared from local view, back to Palmetto, where Feld Entertainment has its world headquarters. Joining the Bell Wagon on display Monday was another item from Feld's Palmetto collection. The band- wagon dubbed the "Lion and Gladiator" was also parked in front of Cà d'Zan. Although Mable would have been horrified to wake and find two circus wagons at the entrance to her home, the sights were a delight for children of all ages at the event. While most of the audience came for the stamps, two century-old wagons were the real stars, painted scarlet and trimmed in gold, gleaming in the Florida sunshine. % Outside the museum grounds, three people representing People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals offered a quiet protest. Photo by Stan Zimmerman The backdrop to the speakers was a giant jigsaw puzzle of the eight-stamp sheet. After the mercifully short speeches were done, the real clowns came forward to fill in the blanks. Photo by Stan Zimmerman Sarasota News Leader May 9, 2014 Page 67

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