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set-ting Hausen-miller Covington. John J. Gilligan, Cincinnati Cincinnati councilman, after visits at the offices of Sen. Deaths And Funerals Requiem Mass Set For Nicholas Jansen Requiem High Mass for Nicholas J. Janson, 82, 814 Tweed Ave., Mt. Lookout, Lookout, widely known Cincinnati Cincinnati food broker since his youth, will be Intoned at 10 a. m. Monday at Our Lord Christ the King Church, Linwood and Ellison Ellison Aves., with burial in St. Mary Cemetery, St. Bernard. Bernard. Mr. Janson died Thursday Thursday night at Good Samaritan Samaritan Hospital, where he had been a patient for one week. He had been active in his business until a few months ago. Mr. Janson was a descendant descendant of pioneer Cincinnati families. His grandfather. Martin Janson, entered the faficy-foods faficy-foods faficy-foods Import business in 1854; his father, Jake Janson, Janson, continued the business, and Nicholas Janson and a brother, Oeorge, continued it after their father's death in 1900. After the business was liquidated in 1907, Nicholas Nicholas Janson started his own firm on Second Street. The business was carried on In various other quarters later, but for the last several several years has been In the Schmidt Building, Fifth and Main Sts. with a partner, partner, Robert Teaney, Mr. Janson Incorporated the firm in 1954. Mr. Janson was a longtime longtime member of the Oood Samaritan Hospital Board of Directors. He was first president of the XU Dad3 Club. His son, Dr. Jerome N. Janson, is a member of the Student Health Service at XU, and is team physician. A member of Elder Council, Knights of Columbus, and a fourth-degree fourth-degree fourth-degree knight of Isaac Isaac Jogues Assembly, K. of C the senior Mr. Janson was founder and past president of the K. of c. Luncheon Club. He was a member of the Cincinnati Food Brokers, Brokers, the National Food Brokers Association, the Cincinnati Orocery Manufacturers Manufacturers and the National Canners Association Old Federally-financed Federally-financed Federally-financed construction construction and ownership will cost the city and the school district about $45,000 a year Nicholas J. Janson Guard Society, of which he was past president. Surviving him, besides his son, are his wife, Esther Nordmeyer Janson; one daughter, Mrs. Ruth R. Rush; two sisters, Mr. William William E. Nurre, Cincinnati, and Miss Tess Janson, New York: one brother, Harry Janson, Orange, Texas; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. Rev. Arthur Evans Services for tne Rev. Arthur Evans, 76, a retired supply pastor of the Church of Christ, will be held at 2:30 p. m. Monday at the Busse and Borg-mann Borg-mann Borg-mann Fun real Home. Burial win be in Baltimore Pike Cemetery. Rev. Mr. Evans died Thursday at his home, 1900 Sunset Ln Price Hill. He also was a former employee of the Cincinnati Highway Maintenance Department. He leaves his wle, Mrs. Ora Coleman Evans; a son, Arthur B. Evans, Camp Washington; three daughters, daughters, Mrs. Bertha Colwell, and Mrs. Ada Oolns, both of Price Hill, and Mrs. Grace Williamson, Warren, Warren, Pa.; IS grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.