Image of headline from the Topeka Plaindealer, dated July 18, 1930: "Negroes Lose Appeal. The Kansas Supreme Court confirmed the decision of the 2nd division of the Shawnee County District Court, Judge Geo. Kline, sitting in the case of Howard K. Foster, vs the School Board of the city of Topeka last Tuesday, July 8, 1930. This action was brought in the Shawnee County Court of original jurisdiction by one Howard K. Foster to get a permanent injunction to compel the School Board to refrain from using money derived from taxation for school purposes to pay for transportation of children from remote districts to schools and back to the vicinity of their respective homes. In the court of original jurisdiction, Howard K. Foster, plaintiff through his attorneys, Bradshaw, Reynolds & Reynolds, McKnight & Guy, claimed that the School Board was using funds that were set aside for school purposes to pay for the transportation to and from school. This they claimed the School Board had no right to do either expressly or implied."