Major 1 By 8FC PHILLIP W. WHITE COLUMBUS, Ohio Super vising the training of the United States Army Reserve pilots, making inspections of all aviation units in the 20th Army Corps area (Ohio, Kentucky ndJ&fist Virginia), conduct ing inspections of the ROTC flight training r program and advising the commanding general on all matters pertaining to Army aviation and piloting , aircraft are but a few of the ' many responsibilities shoul - 1 dered by Major Henry A. Norman, Aviation Officer, 20th Army Corps. The mission of the aviation section is to advise the commanding ggiera on all matters pertaining to Army aviation and to exercise staff supervision over the administration, training, safety and operations of all active Army and US Army Reserve units within the 20th Corps area, and to provide air transportation for the headquarters staff, 20th Corps. To assist Major Norman In carrying out his aiwiKnr - d mission are Capt. Radclifle Healy, assistant aviation officer and operation officer; C apt William P. Stewart, maintenance and supply or liner; Slc James (unison, supply and parts specialist; Sgiu Maurice K. Jordan, operations and maintenance supervisor; Pfc Edward J. McCarthy 4r, aircraft mechanics, and Mrs. Wllma Jones, secretary Columbus, are assigned to the aviation section. .An L - 20A. a Ave passenger, single - engine aircraft and a L - 23D, twine - engine, passenger plane that pro - vides air transportation for the Pvlly Accredited Hio School National Defense Cadet Corps School U. I. Army ROTCHootJshL Under Direction of The Holy Ghost Fathers Academic Trade Agriculture ROTC - Athletics land for Information and Catalog Write: Revenue! Director Sr. Ismm Military Academy Pswttettest, VirajMe Uorman Has ACCREDITED APPROVED IY STATE HOARD OF EDUCATION ' LEVIS BUSINESS COLLEGE Michigan's Leading Negro Business College ksVfiffll :""le a. MM JOHN R, Detroit, Mich.' ; I 1 00 10 Euelid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio j NemoTiivr.Tiv;..... : - aii a i : Agarose ..........,.,.. 5 Citw ....... . 7an ... State hpnUsi ae..aeeee.aaa.ie...... Voder Dormitory rn Cam pita DIPLOMA COURSES: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION . EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL SECRETARIAL SCIENCE HIGHER ACCOUNTING Today1 1 Student . . . Tomorrow1! Leadert VMct T. LaaM. PmMart QUARIBt OF CEMTURV OF TRAINING 5450 JOHN R. DETROIT, MICH. 10010 EUCLID AVE. CLEVELAND, OHIO . . - . .. . t I i - i " f i . . ': - t Members ef the 20th Armv Coroi Aviation Section are (left to right) Maj. Henry A. Norman, aviation officer; Capt. William P. Stewart, maintenance and supply officer; Sgt. IC James Cullison, supply and parti specialist; Sgt. IC Maurice K. Jordan, operating maintenance supervisor, and Pfc. Edward McCarthy, aircraft mechanic. ,51 S 0 a ' (i o The major checks the rudder of the L - 20 with Pfc. Edward McCarthy, aircraft mechanic. commanding general and his Lincoln Elementary . School, staff. '.Gallipolis, Ohio. Acvoiding to the major, ap - A graduate oi Biaweuroner . . . - proximately 120,000 passenger Two aircraft, based at Port!' n MJ vpar hv Looking for a 1 PUBLISHER?! Tw lUuKreted brothara nval how we. . M aablith, promote and Mil yoaf book; V so writm; iica and lm m kow a w 3.004 vubon. All PM of book, wanted. Kim SxaotiTioM rata. aat. a JM Part am. a., n. v. i ST. EMMA MILITARY ACADEMY PowfcataN, Virgiala founded 1S9S instrument rated pilots. The section supervises Re serve Officers Flight Training j programs at Ohio State University. Ohio University, the University of Dayton, the University of Akron, John Carroll University, Xavier University, and Marshall University. Major Norman has had a variety of assignments since entering the Army. He served as Army liaison pilot with the 598th Field Artillery Bat - talllon In Europe during World War 1L While on this Public High School, BldweR Ohio, and Wllberforce I'nlvei sity, with a B.S. degree in education, the major has done post - graduate work at Ohio State University. Norman baa successfully completed a number of military schools, to Include Officers Candidate School, Fort Kill, Okla.; Lalson Pilot School, Tuskegee, Ala,; Transportation School, Ham - melburg, Germany; Troop Information and Education School, Budlngen, Germany; Instructor Course at the Artillery School, Fort SHU Okla.; Army Aviators In - assignment, he was awarded fctrumVnt Course, ( amp 2a - the Air Medal with two Oak leaf ( lusters. He has filled various command and staff positions in Italy, Germany, France and Kprea. He was an Instructor In meteorology at the Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, Ala., and was assistant professor of Military Science at Morgan State College, Baltimore, Md. The major received many commendation, but the one he says he prizes most was presented to him by the Queen of ma, Japan, and the Officers' Advanced Course at the Artillery and Missile Center, Fort Sill. Okla, While attending Wilberforce, he was a member , of the university's rsity track team, president of the International Club, and a member of Sword and Shield Scholastic Society. Major Norman Is married to the former Jean A. Gil - more of Gallipolis, Ohio. He lives with his wife and their three children. Marialyce the Netherlands for meritorij (15); Henrietta (1), and ous rescue work, during the Holland flood. 1952. Prior to entering the service, Major Norman was principal of Bidwell Elementary School. Bidwell. Ohio, and the Howard Thomas (3) a 1915 Denbrldge Way, Columbus Ohio. A veteran of more than 19 years of military service, the major will retire from the Army In July of this year. He plans to re - enter the teaching profession. Orleans UL .Hits Texts I NEW ORLEANS - Public school textbooks came under the fire of the Urban League of Gfetter New Orleans last (week ror containing few references to distinguished Negro leaders. Speaking before the Frontiers of America's local chapter, J. Harvey Keams, executive director of the Urban League of Greater New Or - J leans, said that the public schools are educating a multiracial school population with an "all - white concept" I Kerns said public school textbooks give little opportunity for whites to learn more about Negroes, and at the same time they fail to give Negroes a chance to know more about their own race's accomplishments. aiai im ay. Tough j UlJIIlliulLillilllll m y - xm If tf mm I 8 V. . I. , a' "ft - . :? Major Norman prepares for lake - off in the L - 20. At home, at fountains, everywhere - IIIUT& II M" 'IIJMIM 2 W May ?, 142 THi COURIER, Job as Sypioriof 0. Byfilot So, t s now it's Pepsi for those who think young Today we've stepped up the E tomnn Mnto afifsc mn timet tn oninv fiam Thic r life DnneSj 1L light,bracing,clean - tasting Pepsi, in stores, at fountains, say "Pepsi, pleaseV'j X s ( j 7 i S'f' 7MT7'k ;' CY " fe. JsVlaa 1(JiiaMif - aWl1 aatffj - rtllntiri - a. - aw.. f fTT I Yl II at II I ntll ftfty - - 1p - Hnm ITIIISWIiri T 1 nT1 - TIrWIMWSMMlaWallaM ISsMsMMiSlla SMsjL ftmaHA" o;f tpf am iiiawashs or nrsKOt conraxy. ato. u. a. rar.off., iaiaaaia i iliSl aliU a a' mm B.: a. aL. l.L U 14 U .L L I iwi , v 1 1 1 w iwkv - vii, fraiwi iiwimin wmu vwii II VI. ail Pfc. Edward McCarthy, aircraft mechanic, mtertstadly observes.
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