Te Ao Hou
THE MAORI MAGAZINE
|Wohlers of Ruapuke, Sheila Natusch||6|
|Southern versions of Maori Tales, Wohlers||8|
|An Introduction, Norma Allen||21|
|Transcriptions of Authentic Maori Chant; Part 10 Mervyn McLean||23|
|Maori Women's Welfare League Conference||30|
|Northland Parents visit Auckland||34|
|Hamilton Festival of Maori Arts||36|
|Whakatane Primary Schools' Maori Festival||38|
|Tokoroa Maori Culture Festival||38|
|Gisborne Cultural Competitions||40|
|John Waititi Memorial Scholarship||41|
|The Spiral Tattoo||49|
|Haere Ki o Koutou Tipuna||2|
|People and Places||26|
|Younger Readers Section||52|
|Records, Alan Armstrong||57|
the minister of maori affairs: The Hon. J. R. Hanan.
the secretary for maori affairs: J. M. McEwen.
editor: Joy Stevenson.
associate editor (Maori text): E. B. Ranapia.
CORRECTIONS: In Issue 56, the boy polishing his money box pictured on page 38 is not Wayne Day but Hahi Kaiawe of Te Tii. The two old pupils cutting the cake are Mrs Trainer and Mrs Rangiaho.
FRONT COVER: Aramiha Baker, son of Mrs Raina Baker, at the Ngararatunua Play Centre.‘Northern Advocate’ photo.
BACK COVER: Some of the rafter patterns in Te Whatu Manawa O Rehua meeting house in Christchurch, including the stylised kiwi pattern pictured on the cover of Issue 56.
National Publicity Studios.