/tM o-'uit— But Ylol A h w u ~&Riding in Qa'itd GAILY DECORATED MULE CARTS have here been commandeered by American airborne troops after they landed in Sicily, to carry them in pursuit of the enemy. The invasion glider-fleet was towed by two-engined bombers Which, based in North Africa, flew 200 miles to the eastern beaches of Sicily, arriving at 10.10 p.m. on July 9,1943, in advance of the seaborne landings. Photo, British Official: Crown Copyright Printed in England and published every alternate Friday by the Proprietors, 'I'nic Amaias.vmatkd 1 ’kkss, Ltd., The Fieotway House, ParriuKdoti Street, London, E.C.l. Registered for transmission by Canadian Magazine Post. Sole Agents for Australia and New Zealand :Messrs. Gordon it Goteh, Ltd .and tor South Africa :Central News Agency, Ltd.—August 20,1943. S.S. Editorial'Address: john carp enter house, white friars London, e.c.a.