Black's will to be probated over protest.
BLACK'S WILL TO BE PROBATED OVER PROTEST BALTIMORE, Md., Sept. 4 (UP) Van Lear Black's will was admitted to probate over the- protest of law u yers representing his son, Van Lear Black, J.r,, and two minor children. Without mentioning her name the will left Mrs. Van Lear Black her dower right of one-third of the ea-tate and distributed the rest among his children, his brother, Harry C. Black, Mrs. J. Walter Lord, who was on the yachjt from which Black disappeared at sea and several other persons. Mrs. Lord will receive $100,000. Van Lear Black Jr., is to receive only a life, interest ir. $60,000. The will requested that Black be buried wherever he died and that "If I die in the United States I maybe- maybe- buried at sea and that in any event there sliall not be any outward outward expression of mourning for me."