Dr. McCoy Will Head Iredell Cancer Group Dr. Edwin McCoy, local phy> sician, was named president of the Iredell Unit of the American Cancer Society at a meeting of the board of directors last night at the Elks Club. Dr. McCoy succeeds Mrs. Harry Epps who will become education chairman for the 196465 year. Sim Boyd was named vice president and Louis Melsheimer will be the 1965 Cascade chairman with Mrs. Louis Mac- Kesson, Jr., as his residential chairman. New members present for the business meeting were Mrs. Connie Spicer, Mrs. Gladys Smith and Dr. Clayton Wrenn, both of Mooresville, Mrs. J. L. Pierce, Dr. Robert Dame, Mr. and Mrs. Melsheimer, Mrs. McCoy, Marvin Raymer and Dr. Charles Tyre of Mitchell College. Other officers named to serve on the executive committee were Jack Springer, past president, chairman of the board; Mrs. L. N. Mills, service chairman; Mrs. Mabel Brent, Negro Division chairman; Mrs. M. R. Long, executive secretary; and Mrs. J. P. Huskins, publicity chairman. Mrs. Epps, in her annual report, reviewed the work of the unit during the past year, describing it as the most successful year in the chapter's history from the standpoint of finances and service. Reports were heard from committee chairmen and the crusade report, presented by Boyd, Mrs. MacKesson and Melsheimer, showed that $4,632.80 was collected. This was some $1,500 more than last year, Boyd said. Mrs. Brent told the board that the Negro Di- vision, with. Miss Maxine Rutledge as co-chairman, collectet more than $700 which was its best year to date. Mrs. Epps also reported on the annual state convention which she attended from the local unit were Dr. and Mrs. Harry Underwood, Dr. and Mrs. McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. Melsheimer and Mrs. Long. Tal Poole, field secretary, praised the local unit for its work and explained the current budget which was adopted by the board. In other business the board voted to raise the salary for the executive secretary, Mrs. Long, from $75 to $100 per month. Mrs. Long is the only paid employe of the chapter and is designated a part-time worker. All others are volunteers. Berlin Wall Is Reopened BERLIN (UPD — Communist East Germany today opened the Berlin wall for the second time since it was built more than three years ago. West Berliners streamed through to visit relatives in East Berlin. Under a pass agreement reached between the Communists and the West Berlin city government, West Berliners with relatives in the East will be allowed one 17-hour visit between today and Nov. 12. No overnight stays will be permitted and the traffic will be strictly one-way. The Communists fear that most East Berliners would stay.