Tad, Thank you for the information on this document and the photos of Labowa.Labowa looks a lot like the area of Oregon I live in.I had found from a birth registration of one of Solomon's sisters that his father, Aron DERESIEWICZ, was from Labowa as well as his mother, Mindel FREI.This Karta Meldunkowa was the first time I'd seen Solomon list his place of birth.Very exciting!
There was a survey done by the IAJGS Cemetery Project in 1992 for a Jewish cemetery in Labowa.I would hope it is still there.Maybe on a future trip in the area, you could visit it as well.Here is the description from IAJGS:
LABOWA:US Commission No.POCE000745 Alternate name: Labowa Wyzna. Labowa is located in Nowy Sacz at 49º3220º51, 17 km from Nowy Sacz and 122 km from Krakow. Cemetery location: SE of the village center. Present town population is 1,000-5,000 with no Jews. Town: Urzad Gminy, 33-336 Labowa, tel. 12-27.
Regional: Wojewodzki Konserwator Zabytkow, mgr. inz. Zygmunt Lewczuk, ul. Kilinskiego 68, 33-300 Nowy Sacz, tel. 238-38, 234.
Caretaker with key: Franciszek Zaczyk, Labowa 130, 33-336 Labowa. 1921 Jewish population was 221. Orthodox Jews used this cemetery. The rural (agricultural) isolated hillside has a sign or plaque in local language and Hebrew. Reached by turning directly off a public road, access is entirely closed with fence and a locking gate (see Caretaker). Present size of the cemetery is 0.8 hectares. 100-500 gravestones, all in original locations with less than 25% toppled or broken, date from 19th-20th century. The marble and sandstone finely smoothed and inscribed stones or flat stones with carved relief decorations have Hebrew inscriptions. No known mass graves. Present owner of the property used for a Jewish cemetery is unknown. Properties adjacent are commercial/industrial and agricultural. The cemetery boundaries enclose the same area as before 1939. Private visitors rarely visit. The cemetery was vandalized prior to WWII, but not in last ten years. Restoration in 1982 did re-erection of stones, cleared vegetation, and fixed wall. There is a regular caretaker. There are no structures. Erosion and vegetation are moderate threats. Piotr Antoniak, ul. Dobra 5 m 36, 05-800 Pruszkow visited site 17 Aug 1992 and completed survey 10 Sept 1992. No interviews.