Here is a message posted in 2005 and answered in May 2007:
LOOKING FOR LABA IN ZAVALIV AREA
"My mother wants to visit the area outside of Podhajce, next year, but she said the Laba name can't be found there. Are there any left in the village? My grandmother - my mother's mother - was Eugenia Laba. They all emigrated to the U.S. after the war.
My grandmother was named Eugenia Laba; she gave birth to my mother, Anna Laba, in 1933. Any help would be appreciated. Let me know what else you need and I will find it from my mother. -- Andrew"http://boards.ancestry.co.uk/thread.aspx?mv=flat&m=2778&...
UKRAINE, GENERAL message board
An ANSWER that was given on the board:
"Hello! They saerching you for a long time. Liuba Banah (Laba) is a daughter of Volodymyr, your grandmother's brother. Their phone number:
They are waiting your call."
Another POST by the Andrew, above:
"My father is a Yarosz, who changed his name after coming to the states after the war to make it less Polish. He's Ukrainian, and has Yarosz family still living in Galicia, which is western Ukraine."
ANCESTRY USER NAME georgeie9