Georgine Z. Palic, 63, who served with the American Red Cross motor corps here in World War II and helped organize the United Nations Club of Washington in 1945, died Monday at Sibley Memorial Hospital. She had Alzheimer's disease, a neurological disorder.

Mrs. Palic was born in Washington. In 1936, she married Vladimir M. Palic, a Czechoslovak diplomat. She accompanied him to Paris on a three-year tour of duty. They returned to Washington in 1939 and remained here during World War II. After the war, they went to Prague, staying there until the Communists took over in 1949.

They came back to Washington, where Mrs. Palic was active for several years in real estate with W. C. and A. N. Miller. Her husband worked at the Library of Congress.

In addition to her husband, of Washington, she is survived by a daughter, Katherine P. Cartwright of Washington; a son, Vladimir Jan, of Rockville; her mother, Marie Zelenka, and a brother, Dr. Joseph Zelenka, both of Washington; and five grandchildren.

The family suggests that expressions of sympathy be in the form of contributions to the National Lutheran Home, Rockville, Md., or to the American Fund for Czechoslovak Refugees, 1790 Broadway, New York City, 10019.