The dispute over which faction of the national Prohibition Party is the “legitimate” faction has a court hearing on January 16 in Media, Pennsylvania, at the Delaware County Courthouse. It starts at 10 a.m. The case is titled Residuary Trust Under Will of George Pennock, no. 114-1937. Normally a court would not be involved in an intra-party dispute, but in this case, a court must be involved, because the national party has been the recipient of an trust payment (set up in 1930), and only a court can tell the bank where send the money.