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Alice, Texas (U.S.)

Jim Wells County

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[Flag of Alice, Texas] image located by Valentin Poposki, 27 October 2010

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The flag of the City of Alice, Texas, is white with city logo on it. The city logo was created by Rick Lutz sometime in 1975, just before ending his employment with the Alice Echo News Journal. He enjoyed drawing WW II material, he drew tanks, ships, and airplanes. Former employee believes he was from Germany and lived there sometime during the war. Bill McCumber, former Assistant City Manager, had the flag made using the logo design. Information thanks to Rene S. Marshall, City Clerk.

About the city:
"Alice is a city in and the county seat of Jim Wells County, Texas, United States,[3] in the South Texas region of the state. The population was 19,010 at the 2000 census. Alice was established in 1888. First it was called Bandana, then Kleberg and finally Alice after Alice Gertrudis King Kleberg, the daughter of Richard King, who established the King Ranch." - from Wikipedia:,_Texas.

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Valentin Poposki, 26 March 2010