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Mr. THOMPSON: My Annual Report, already distributed in English and French, records the developments of the past year. What now of our future activities? Co-operation with UNESCO will be as important as always, and we wish to co-ordinate our programmes more closely. In March 1967 the new International Advisory Committee on Bibliography, Documentation and Terminology, is due to meet, and this should provide an opportunity for IFLA to undertake some new contracts in 1967-1968. These must be submitted by means of resolutions asking for the financial aid of UNESCO; these resolutions must be passed this week on Friday by the General CounciL The subjects chosen must be useful to the widest circle of libraries.
I felt we were at last on the edge of the most important break-through in the realm of infonnation since the elaboration of rules for cataloguing made clear the basis on which cataloguing procedures should work. But perhaps I had better pause for a moment and explain exactly what I am talking about. S. Congress in 1965 provides that the Library of Congress acquire on a World wide basis all currently published library materials which are of value to scholarship, and should supply cataloguing infonnation for these materials as promptly as possible after their receipt in the Library.
I hope what I have said will indicate my own very firmly held views: that we should not neglect any chance of improving our library services by adopting new methods where they exist and can be shown to be soundly conceived. That we should indeed rejoice in being able to do so. And that we should at the same time cherish and exploit to the 32 best of our ability the treasures which we know to be preserved in our libraries. Let me finally remind you of these well known words of Rudyard Kipling: If you can keep your head, when all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on you; If you can talk with crowds and.