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The Zuni Athletic Association recently installed their officers for 1951, with Frank A. DiRenzo presiding. Other officers installed were Peter A. Barbalace, vice president; Anthony A. Darpino, secretary-treasurer; Joseph Palermo, financial treasurer, and Angelo Levecchia, sergeant-at-arms. Founders of the organization were Peter Baralace, Pat Barbalace, Albert Aceto, John LaPlaca and Jack O'Neil. Gene R. Mariano, former prosecutor, is honorary president. The honorary membership includes Rev. Michael Argullo, Commissioner Frank A. Abbott, Mariano, Judge John R. DiMona, Joseph P. DeLuca, Anthony F. Marino, Angelo A. DePersia, Dr. Lawrence Palese, Mike & Joe Greenetz, William Denof Sr., Louis Bantivoglio, John Bantivoglio, Pat DiSimone, Samuel E Fulton, Joseph Macciocca, Albert Aceto, Leonard Garaguso, Joseph Wood, and Al Seri.

Zuni Installs 1951 Officers

The Zuni Athletic Association recently installed their officers for 1951, with Frank A. DiRenzo presiding.

Beatrice Funk, Who was chosen queen of the show and dance held at Convention Hall last night by the Camden Shrine Club of Crescent Temple. Miss Funk last year also was the Camden winner of the Stanley Sunshine contest.

Shrine Club’s Relief Fund is Swelled as 4000 Applaud at One of Greatest Shows

The relief fund of the Camden Shrine Club, which will aid its unemployed and distressed members, was swelled by several thousand dollars last night from the receipts of one of the greatest vaudeville shows ever seen in the Convention Hall.

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Vaudeville and Radio Stars to Feature ‘Relief Ball’ of Shriners Tomorrow Night

Nine vaudeville acts, radio celebrities and a popularity contest will feature the first annual professional show and dance of the Camden Shrine Club of Crescent Temple tomorrow night in Convention Hall.

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Jewelry Clerk Held in Robbery of Store

Climbing to the roof of a shed in the rear of the Greenetz & Pellicoff jewelry store, 833 Broadway, burglars entered the shop early today and carried away $2,000 in loot.