The Cartoonist

A doctor (Frith) is examining Menzies with a stethoscope as Arthur Calwell looks on. A headline on a nearby newspaper reads Fed. Gov’t survives budget censure motion.
Nothing radically wrong, Mr. Calwell.

The Herald, 30 August 1963

The ALP had attempted to censure the government following the budget, but the government, which had a razor-thin majority in the House, survived.