Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Briefly.In Oklahoma

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Briefly.In Oklahoma

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Napoleon Nash Files Petition to Liquidate Napoleon Nash's of Oklahoma City Inc. filed a petition to liquidate under Chapter 7 in U.S. Bankruptcy Court Friday.

Napoleon Nash, a former retailer of mens' and ladies' apparel, began liquidating its inventory in a going-out-of-business sale last May. All operations have been ceased.

The petition listed total assets of $178,011 and liabilities amounting to $2 million.

All secured creditors were paid and unsecured trade creditors have been paid 45 percent of their total indebtedness pursuant to the liquidation, according to the petition.

The corporation is still involved in four lawsuits pending against it in Oklahoma County District Court.

Before it began liquidating, Napoleon Nash operated 10 stores in the Oklahoma City area.

Nigh Hired by Central State University Former Gov. George P. Nigh was approved as statesman-in-residence at Central State University in Edmond by the Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges Friday.

Nigh's annual salary will be $45,000.

There was no discussion of the Nigh appointment at the board meeting, but Central State President Bill Lillard later said he was ``thrilled to have such a distinguished statesman on campus.''

Edwards Appointed to Avia Tech Board Retired Maj. Gen. Jay T. Edwards has been appointed to the board of directors of Avia Tech Inc., which plans to develop and build noise reduction nacelles for some commercial aircraft.

The company, which announced earlier in the week that it would open a plant in Oklahoma City by June, said Friday that Edwards would also serve on the executive committee of the board.

Edwards retired from the Air Force in 1982. He is president and chief operating officer and is a member of the board of the CMI Corporation based in Oklahoma City.

Trial Set for Pottawatomie County Commissioner SHAWNEE - An April 7 trial date has been scheduled for Pottawatomie County Commissioner Jack Hayes on charges of perjury.

District Judge Glenn Dale Carter also scheduled a trial on that same date on a grand jury ouster petition.

Hayes pleaded innocent to the felony charge at his formal arraignment. …

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