MOSHE INDELMAN (YINNON) (March 11, 1895-September 24, 1977)
Born in Zhuroman (Żuromin), Poland. He studied in religious schools and in the synagogue study hall. He later studied philosophy in Berlin. In 1916 he became a high school teacher in Warsaw as well as in Plotsk (Płock). He was an active Zionist leader and member of the “Al hamishmar” (On guard) group in the central committee of the Zionist party in Poland. In 1940 he was rescued in Palestine where he became active in the Hebrew press. From 1925 to 1939, he was a contributor—and for a time on the editorial board—of Haynt (Today) in Warsaw. He died in Miami Beach.
Source: Dr. R. Feldshuh, Yidisher gezelshaftlekher leksikon (Biographical dictionary of Jewish society) (Warsaw, 1939), p. 473.