back at Thie the families) WRITS FOUR INMATES One Prisoner, Confined 43 Tears, Loses Fight for Freedom MONTICELLO -- Four Woodbourne Woodbourne inmates, one of whom has Â·been confined almost forty-three years, suffered - dismissal of their writs of habeas corpus by which they had hoped to gain release, according to orders of Justice Sydney F. Foster filed here yesterday. Clarence Mosher of Poughkeepsie was convicted' there of arson in March, 1896, and after, examination by a lunacy commission, was sent to the Matteawan State Hospital for the Criniinal Insane. In 1922 he was transferred to Napanoeh Prison, and in 1936 to Woodbourne. He has no other criminal record. The plea of James Kapps was also denied. He was convicted of a statutory crime in Brooklyn in July, 1921, and was sentenced to serve an indetermined term at Napanoch; he was shifted to Woodbourne Woodbourne almost three years ago. too, had no previous criminal record. record. Samuel Evans, third appellant, was convicted of burglary in Buffalo Buffalo six year ago and was sentenced to serve from two to four at Auburn Prison. He came to Napanoch in 1933 and was paroled Â·-'year later. In five months he was returned as a parole violator, and in 1936 went to Woodbourne. In 1930, he was convicted twice pettit larceny .in Buffalo,. - :Faflure,to provide'for his family M Suffolk County, Long Island, resulted in discovery that Joseph Tworzyanski, the fourth petitioner, was a mental defective. In March, 1937. he was arrested for contempt of court, and was committed to Napanoch. Seven months later he was sent to Woodboume. Since 1925, he has been convicted twice for assault, once for "non-support and won dismissal of a disorderly conduct charge.