Friday, February 25, 2005 10:48 AM
The front lawns of two neighbors in Granville are dotted with more than 1400samll orange flags.
Each flag represents an American killed in Iraq.
With every death of a U-S Serviceman or servicewoman, Kim Miles and James Franchello add another flag to their memorial.
They say showing military casualties with orange flags, which is the International color of distress, seemed appropriate.
Two U-S flags and a lighted peace sign accompany the markers.
Miles and Franchello say they want passers-by to see the price of war.
The two neighbors want the war to end soon, but they say their memorial is not a political statement.
They say the display honors the troops.