in these the the last treatment who WINS HIS FREEDOM FROM WOODBOURNE Inmate Released on Order From Supreme Court XONTXCELLO -- An order t*'-^g a writ of habeas corpus and directing Dr. V. C. Branham. superintendent, to release Joseph Tworzyanski from the Woodbourae Institution lor Defective Delinquents Delinquents was fi'ed here yesterday. The order was signed by Justice Harry E. Schirick cf the Supreme Court. Tworzyanski was sent to Napanoch Napanoch Institution for Male Defective Dtlinquents March eighth. 1937. upon conviction on a charge of failing to provide for his family. He was transferred to \Voodbcurce October twenty-sixth of that year. Tworzyanski petitioned for his release on the grounds that he was not "restrained or retained virtue of any mandate . . any court of legal jurisdiction." He maintained that his rights as granted him in the Constitutional Bill of Rights, were being denied him. Tworzyanski. a native of Poland, is forty-nine and the father of seven children. Three previous writs obtained by him were dismissed. He was committed to Napanoch Richard W. Halklns, Suffolk County County Court judge.