Clipped From The Central New Jersey Home News
: Wilson Reporter, Charles Swem Die NEW YORK-Charles YORK-Charles YORK-Charles Lee Swem,'33 shorthand reporter for Woodrow Wilson during his two terms as President, died yesterday at the age of 63. ; Swem had been in Bellevue Hos-i Hos-i Hos-i re-pital since Nov. 30 as the result an accident. He was official re-'Asbury re-'Asbury porter for the New York State Su- Su- v-preme Court at the time of his death, A lecturer and author in the field of shorthand reporting, Swem est-:S(luad- est-:S(luad- imated he took down nearly 10 million wyords in shorthand his nine years service with Wilson. He attended the Versailles Peace Conference and traveled some 150,000 miles in that time. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Dennis of Matawan. N. J and a half-biother, half-biother, half-biother, Milton Dennis.