Two similar alpha PNGs have different results - why?

I must be overlooking something obvious. The attached packed Blend File is simply a cube with two different alpha PNGs mapped to two different faces. In Textured View, one face is all black and the other face is white with the alpha overlay. Why the difference? I’m perplexed! The images also behave differently when used as image textures. The original PNG images are also attached to this posting. I used GIMP to create both images. They should both behaved the same! Right??

Thanks,
Doug

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The image on the right doesn’t have an alpha channel. You must have forgotten to save it with one. If you want them both to appear as the image on the right does, save them both out with white backgrounds.

Curious. One of the PNG images was converted to a JPG when uploaded. The other was not converted. Strange, because the image properties (RGBA, single layer, etc.) are identical. Its a mystery to me. Oh well.

Doug