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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 10-11-2018

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CUMBERLAND LINCOLN EDITION | VALLEY BREEZE | OCTOBER 11-17, 2018 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR / LINCOLN 19 Tusoni praises military spending Continuing to develop modern, technologically advanced weapons is integral to the United States maintaining our position as the strongest military in the world. And the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program is a critical component. President Trump is a tireless defender of our men and women in uniform. He has said, "My administration is committed to ensuring that our war fighters have the tools, the resources, the fire power that they need to defeat our enemies with overwhelming force." The F-35's technology is widely regarded for its ability to be used among multiple military branches and for being far supe- rior to previous generation fighter jets overall. Not only does the F-35 Program utilize groundbreaking technology that keeps our troops and allies safe, it also serves as an excellent representation of American busi- ness and products. It supports 194,000 direct and indirect jobs around the country and has $31 billion of annual economic impact. Given the challenges we face in today's world, the F-35 Program is a shining example of the right investment, at the right time. LT. COLONEL MICHAEL TUSONI Cumberland LETTER TO THE EDITOR DANA PACKER and LINCOLN POLICE CHIEF BRIAN SULLIVAN pose with 4-year-old JACKSON KRUPSKI, of Lincoln, at last week's Coffee with a Cop Day at the Front Street Honey Dew Donuts shop in Lincoln. BREEZE PHOTOS BY NICOLE DOTZENROD CHIEF OF POLICE BRIAN SULLIVAN chats with MOLLY, 2, and MIA, 4, dur- ing Coffee with a Cop. Enjoying 'Coffee with a Cop' in Lincoln Letters to the Editor Letters to the Editor are welcome from readers. Please: • Limit to 500 words. Longer letters may appear online only. • Letters on local or state topics and issues will take precedence over those on national issues. • No more than one letter per person every 8 weeks, please. • All letters must be signed and include a hometown. Send by e-mail to: news@valleybreeze.com, or mail to The Valley Breeze, 6 Blackstone Valley Place, Suite 204, Lincoln, RI 02865. Your guide to nursing home/Medicaid Protection Wills & Trusts Medicaid Planning Probate Northern RI's Premier Full Service Law Firm Jarret Law, LLc 176 Eddie Dowling Highway, Suite 202, North Smithfield, RI 401-769-2929 Aram P. Jarret III, Esq. "Jay" Aram P. Jarret, Jr., Esq. Sowa Family ChiropraCtiC CliniC Dr. thomaS p. Sowa PRACTICING CONSERVATIVE CHIROPRACTIC CARE FOR 30 YEARS Blue Cross • United Health • Tufts Aetna • Cigna Medicare • Personal Injury 175 Nate Whipple Hwy., Suite 205, Cumberland, RI 401-658-1561 www.sowafamilychiropracticclinicblog.com New Patients & Walk-ins Welcome Rachel A. Baboian, Au. D. Doctor of Audiology Licensed Audiologist 6 Blackstone Valley Place, Building 3, Suite 307, Lincoln, RI www.hearforyouri.com 401-475-6116 OPEN CAPTION MOVIES FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED! Did you know CinemaWorld in Lincoln shows Open Caption Movies Daily! Go to www.cwtheaters.com/Lincoln/OpenCaption for showtimes FREE MOVIE PASS Ask about a At your next visit at Hear for You! Fri., October 12 th Sat., October 13 th Sun., Oct. 14 th 4 p.m.-8 p.m. Nervous Breakdown Northeast Groove Rhode Sodas LIVE MUSIC 47 Summer St., Manville, RI 401-762-9741 Hours: Monday - Friday 1 p.m.-1 a.m.; Saturday & Sunday 12 p.m.-1 a.m. Next Week's LiNeup Fri., Oct. 19th Radio Badland Sat., Oct. 20th Half Star Hotel

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