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No. 55 (June 1966)
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Te Ao Hou
THE MAORI MAGAZINE

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STORIES
The Dream, Patricia Grace 14
Kahukura and the Fishing Nets of the Fairies 56
POETRY
For an Old Man Dying, Frederick C. Parmee 58
ARTICLES
Church Gives Back Nukutaimemeha 5
Hail and Farewell 6
Young Maoris Become Skilled Tradesmen 7
New Schools for Old Crafts 9
Haere Mai Year Recording 13
Transcriptions of Authentic Maori Chant: part 8 Mervyn McLean 16
He Maemae Mo Wahini-iti, Pei Te Hurinui 19
Travel Award Winners 23
28th Battalion Reunion 24
New Headmaster at Te Aute College 25
Te Aute Garden Party 26
Waitangi 1966 28
Regatta at Ngaruawahia 32
Meet the People 34
Tuini Ngawai Memorial Hui 36
Rescue in the Rimutukas 38
The Duries of Feilding 39
Guide Rangi Retires 40
Pre-employment Courses for Young Maoris, N. Harrison 42
Welfare League Activities 46
Mr W. Herewini Visits New Zealand Servicemen 48
Innovation, Ian Mitchell 50
Princess Piki Opens Moana Kahakora 54
Ruatoki Celebrates 70th Jubilee 55
Play Centres and Maori Education, L. A. Loeffen 59
Answer to Homework Problem 62
Waititi Memorial 64
FEATURES
Haere Ki o Koutou Tipuna 2
People and Places 10
Record Review, Alan Armstrong 52
Crossword Puzzle 61
Book Reviews 62

correction: The winner of the sheep and cattle section of the Ahuwhenua Trophy, Mr J. W. Thompson, comes from Oputia, Waikato, and not from Rotorua as shown on p. 49 of the March issue.

cover: This year is the 45th Anniversary of Bishop Panapa's ordination into the Anglican clergy. After education at St. Stephen's School, Bombay, Auckland, Te Rau Theological College, Gisborne, and St. John's College, Auckland, he was ordained Deacon in 1921 and Priest in 1923. He was consecrated Lord Bishop Suffragen to the Bishop of Waiapu at St. John's pro-Cathedral, Napier, in 1951.