|Senator for Victoria|
1 July 1947 – 19 March 1951
|Born||Frederick Carl Katz
21 May 1887
Adelaide, South Australia
|Died||13 December 1960
Albert Park, Victoria, Australia
|Political party||Australian Labor Party|
|Spouse(s)||Alicia Watkins (m. 1900)|
Frederick Carl Katz (21 May 1877 – 13 December 1960) was an Australian politician. Born in Adelaide, South Australia, he received a primary education before moving to Victoria in 1898, where he became a clerk. He was secretary of the Federated Clerks' Union and the Miscellaneous Workers' Union, and was also President of the Victorian Trades Hall Council. In 1946, he was elected to the Australian Senate as a Labor Senator for Victoria, taking his seat in 1947. He was defeated in 1951, and was later a deputy member of the Victorian Industrial Court of Appeals. Katz died in 1960.
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