Editorial cartoon by Willard Combes depicting two men. The one on the left is standing on a sign that reads "Lawyers in Ohio's legislature" and the one on the right is standing on a sign that reads "Cleveland tax payer." The man on the right is bent over and has a chair on his back that reads "One too many judgeships @ $9,000+ per year." He is saying "Take it off my back before someone gets into it." There is a dog in the foreground saying "Quite a saddle!" The cartoon is probably on a singletone drawing board, although it is not marked as such. It was published in The Cleveland Press on June 25, 1945.