john henry lebleu seeks judge position 1966 Newspaper article
JOHN H. LEBLEU Candidate LC Attorney Seeks City Judge Position John Henry LeBleu, 45-year- old Lake Charles attorney, has announced his candidacy for Lake Charles City Judge. The election will be held In August. LeBleu attended local schools and after graduation from high school was employed by Southern Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Telegraph Co. until Jan. 1942, when he enlisted as a private in the U.S. Army Air Corps. He was honorably discharged a captain in February 1946 after after serving in the Pacific Theater. Theater. After his discharge, he returned returned to work at the telephone company, later working in his own real estate business, as apprentice pipe fitter, and with the advertising department of the Lake Charles American Press. LeBleu obtained his pre-law training at McNeese and was graduated with a Bachelor of Laws Degree from LSU in 1953. The candidate has been active active in American Legion activities. activities. He is a member of the executive board of W. B. Williamson Williamson Post No. 1, a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2130 and is past Chef de Gare of the 40 & 8. LeBleu is a native of Lake Charles and is married to the former Marjory Ware. They are the parents of five children. He is the son of Loree Le- Bleu and Mrs. Sara Henry Le- Bleu. His father has served for many years as a police juror. His brother, Conway LeBleu, is the present state representative representative from Cameron Parish.