Portland State University doesn’t charge late fees for overdue library books. That is quite a relief for the person who recently returned two books that were checked out in 1963. The library says someone returned books entitled,”Basic Principles of Speech” and “Preface to critical reading.” A note that was attached said the person had “borrowed” the books for a 1963 high school speech class. They said the books had moved many times, but now it was time for them to go home. Librarian Joan Petit said “If it were me, the guilt would have been relieved by returning them.”—Jim L. Wilson and Jim Sandell
Overdue library books returned to PSU 52 years late,
http://www.katu.com/news/local/Overdue-library-books-returned-to-PSU-52-years-late-332849111.html, Accessed October 14, 2015.
Proverbs 21:8 (HCSB) A guilty man’s conduct is crooked, but the behavior of the innocent is upright.