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If I understand correctly, it is probably just a pressure fit. You should be able to pry it so it comes straight out the edge of the door from where the cylinder sits. This picture is just of a normal doorknob, but same principle applies.
With that last bit of info, there is no way to key the Norwalk alike with the Schlage using the existing tumbler, it must be replaced with a Schlage or even Baldwin tumbler, which has a Schlage keyway. Yes you can still do it yourself but you must remove the tumbler, take it to the locksmith and have it matched up. This will only save you a house call ...
That spring is definitely broken. It sits in the square bracket and pushes against the lever above it. Do you have another working handle that you can disassemble to compare to?
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