From Kook Science
John Herman Leabo (May 12, 1912 - January 13, 2002) was an American editor and publisher of Latter-day Saints religious materials, including the Christian Zion Equalitarian, later known as the Christian Zion Advocate, who is noted variously as the founder of the Antarctica Development Interests, the Universal Cooperative Fellowship, and New American's Mount Zion. Leabo was raised in the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (RLDS), later in his life joining the Church of Christ, Temple Lot and becoming affiliated with various other non-LDS Mormon groups.
- Leabo, John (1970), Work of the Levites, and Aaronites of Levi, for the New Jerusalem, and the Kingdom, Port Angeles, Wash.: Christian Zion Advocate
- Leabo, John (1971), The Harmonizing of Science and the Bible to Reveal Secrets of Life and Creation for Humanitarian Utopian Promotion, Port Angeles, Wash.: Christian Zion Advocate
- Shields, Steven L. (1982), "The New American's Mount Zion (John Leabo)", Divergent Paths of the Restoration: A History of the Latter Day Saint Movement, Restoration Research