|Why Maoris Choose the Army||7|
|The Maori Education Foundation, by the Rt Rev. W. N. Panapa, Bishop of Aotearoa||10|
|The New World, Short Story by He Manuka||11|
|B.A., M.A. or Doctor? Short Story translated by Sid Mead||17|
|Primitive Music in New Zealand, by Mary Martin||22|
|Tukutuku at Tokomaru Bay, by Mrs B. L. Turner||24|
|Girls Come to the City||28|
|Revival of Maori Leadership?||32|
|The Meeting House ‘Te Poho o Tamaterangi’ by Margaret Orbeill||35|
|Maori Village is Rapidly Modernized, by Alan Taylor||37|
|Talking of Honesty, Short Story by Rowley Habib||45|
|Haere Ki o Koutou Tipuna||3|
|Woodwork: A Simple Wardrobe, by K. Harrison||48|
|Book Reviews: Warfare of the Maori (Vayda, Maori Warfare, by E. G. Schwimmer||51|
|The Education Handicap (Ausubel, Maori Youth), by B. E. Souter||54|
|Farming Newsletter: Farm Work in Spring, by W. J. Petersen||57|
|The Home Garden: Black Rot in Kumara, by R. G. Falconer||58|
|Sport: We Saw Communist China during World Table Tennis Championship, by Neti Davis||59|
|Crossword Puzzle No. 34||61|
|Records: Still Popular after Thirty Years, by Allen Armstrong||63|
|Ko te Reo Maori
I Rangona Atu Nga Pu (he waiata)
|Te B.A., te M.A., te Takuta Ranei?. na Hirini Moko||17|
|Ki te Etita (Paahi Moke, Pei te Hurinui)||41|
|‘Maori Mementos’, na Nau Puriri i Tango Mai i nga Korero o Nehera||42|
|Kahu Mamahu, na John Wilson||44|
The Minister of Maori Affairs: The Hon. J. R. Hanan.
The Secretary for Maori Affairs: J. K. Hunn.
Management Committee: Chairman: B. E. Souter, Asst. Secretary. Members: W. Hetewini, M. R. Jones, W. T. Ngata, E. G. Schwimmer, E. J. Shea, M. J. Taylor.
Editor: E. G. Schwimmer.
Associate Editor (Maori text): N. P. K. Puriri.
Sponsored by the Maori Purposes Fund Board. Subscriptions to Te Ao Hou at 7/6 per annum (4 issues) or £1 for three years' subscriptions at all offices of the Maori Affairs Department and P.O. Box 2390, Wellington, New Zealand.
Registered at G.P.O., Wellington, for transmission through the post as a magazine.
Editorial Address: P.O. Box 2390, Wellington.
published by the department of maori affairs september 1961
printed by pegasus press ltd.
Maori Section. As Mr W. T. Ngata is now Secretary to the Minister of Maori Affairs, he has relinquished the post of Associate Editor for the Maori text of Te Ao Hou. His place has been taken by Mr N. P. K. Puriri, Assistant Controller of Maori Welfare. It will be his aim to strengthen the magazine's Maori language section and—incidentally—there will also be a change of dialect, as Nau Puriri comes from Tokerau.
Contributions will be published in any of the standard forms of spelling now being used. Mr Puriri favours the use of the macron to show long vowels, but if contributors consistently use the double vowel instead, their spelling will be retained.
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