Category: 2008

Gardenia C. Hung requests your intervention to stop the demolition of the Lombard Brick Bungalow at 502 S. Westmore Avenue on Tuesday, November 4, 2008, due to abuse of human rights and constitutional rights, abuse of the legal process, malicious prosecution, no legal notice or mail notice within 14 days for Notice of Demolition at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road, Lombard, Illinois 60148-3028.

On Tuesday, October 28, 2008 Gardenia C. Hung received a Notice of Demolition from Keith Steiskal for a court order to allow demolition of the house on Tuesday, November 4, 2008, Election Day.

Last Tuesday, October 21, 2008, Gardenia C. Hung was told in person about Emergency Court Meeting without legal Due Notice or Mail Notice for Monday, 27 October 2008, less than 14 days from the court date of appearance, on Tuesday, October 21, 2008, 9:30 AM. She received a visit from Keith Steiskal, Bureau of Inspectional Services, Lombard Fire Department, 225 E. Wilson Avenue, Lombard, IL 60148, Tel. (630) 620-5750. Gardenia C. Hung did not receive any U.S. mail notice from the 18th Judicial Circuit Court, Judge Bonnie M. Wheaton, Room 2007, DuPage County Judicial Center, Illinois 60187.

I am requesting your intervention before Judge Bonnie M. Wheaton, at the 18th Judicial Circuit Court in Wheaton, Illinois 60189-0707 to prevent the demolition on Tuesday, November 4, 2008, of the Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road in DuPage County, Illinois.

I have contacted York Township for General Assistance in care of Diane Arturi, Director, Tel. 630-620-2400, 1502 S. Meyers Road, Lombard, IL 60148 in DuPage County.

Gardenia C. Hung, M.A., B.A.

Wednesday: 29 October 2008

Enclosure: Notice of Demolition by Tuesday, November 4, 2008


Under penalties as provided by law, pursuant to Section 1-109 of the Illinois Code of Civil Procedure, the undersigned certifies that the statements set forth in this instrument are true and correct, to the best of my ability, so help me God.

Dated: 29 October 2008

Signed by Gardenia C. Hung, M.A. (Reserved Signature)
502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road, Lombard, Illinois 60148-3028, USA

Executed in the Village of Lombard , County of Du Page , in the State of Illinois , United States of America .

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Gardenia C. Hung, M.A., B.A.'s VisualCV


U.S. Constitution Day and Citizenship Day

The Constitution of the United States was signed in agreement, two hundred and twenty-one years ago, on September 17, 1787, at the closing of the Constitutional Convention held in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, in Pennsylvania. There were thirty-nine (39) representatives of the states, who signed willingly:

“In Witness whereof We have hereunto subscribed Our Names”.

George Washington, President and deputy from Virginia
John Langdon and Nicholas Gilman from New Hampshire
Nathaniel Gorham and Rufus King from Massachusetts
Wm. Samuel Johnson and Roger Sherman from Connecticut
Alexander Hamilton from New York
William Livingston and David Brearley from New Jersey
Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Mifflin, Robert Morris,George Clymer from Pennsylvania
T’hos. FitzSimons, Jared Ingersoll, James Wilson and Gouv Morris from Pennsylvania
Geo: Read, Gunning Bedford jun, John Dickinson, Richard Basset from Delaware
Jaco: Bromm from Delaware
James McHenry, Dan of St. Thos. Jenifer, Danl Carroll from Maryland
John Blair and James Madison Jr. from Virginia
Wm. Blout, Richd. Dobbs Spaight and Hu Williamson from North Carolina
J. Rutledge, Charles C. Pinckney, Charles Pinckney, Pierce Butler from South Carolina
William Few and Abr Baldwin from Georgia

Attest William Jackson, Secretary

According to a feature article, “Inside the Masons” in the U.S. News and World Report, issued on September 5, 2005, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and thirteen (13) of the 39 signers of the U.S. Constitution, were members of the Fraternal Order of the Freemasonry and founders of the new nation, called the United States of America .

Constitutional and inalienable rights inherent in the laws of equal justice, fairness, and equity, drawn by the 39 state representatives, are based upon the Masonic values of the fraternal order for honorable civic-mindedness with “equal justice under the law”, a high regard for learning and progress, and a broad tolerant religiosity. In retrospect, “freemasons helped to give the new nation a symbolic core and a sense of the American civic culture”, as stated by Steven Bullock, historian and leading scholar of the Masonic brethren in America .

Symbols of the Freemasonry have transcended the stonemason guilds for the display of the compass, square, and other signs of the Freemasons—including the Great Seal of the United States which contained Masonic symbols.

The founding fathers, Washington and Franklin, were documented and active members of the Masonic lodges, while Jefferson and Adams were not.

The first President of the United States, George Washington was initiated into Masonry rites on November 4, 1752, at the age of twenty, in the Lodge of Fredericksburg, in Virginia .

The American Revolution was won by patriotic men, united by Masonic ties and religious events.

Benjamin Franklin was a Freemason in the Lodge of Saint John in Philadelphia in 1731. Franklin used his resources and printing presses to promote Masonry, writing pro-Masonry articles, drafting the lodge’s by-laws, and printing the first Masonic book in America.

The U.S. Constitution was drawn by several influential Freemasons—including Washington, Franklin, and Randolph—and by non-Masons John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. The signers of the Constitution were already Masonic brethren and others would become Freemasons afterwards. Although, Madison, Adams, and Jefferson were not Masons, nearly all the signers participated in Masonic lodge activities. David Brearley was active in the Masonic Order in New Jersey. Mr. Brearley supported the Constitution at the New Jersey ratifying convention .

Later, on April 30, 1789, George Washington was sworn as the first president of the United States of America by Robert Livingston, the grand master of New York’s Grand Lodge who administered the first presidential oath of office. General Jacob Morton, a Freemason, was the marshal of the day. General Morgan Lewis, also a Freemason was Washington’s escort. George Washington was the master Freemason of the Alexandria Lodge in Virginia .

More than two hundred years ago, the new nation’s capital was blueprinted in a Masonic plan, designed by the French Mason Pierre-Charles L’Enfant—that is to say, Washington, D.C.

For historical reference, Freemasons practice faith in God, addressed as the “Great Architect of the Universe”. In the Middle Ages, freemasons formed guilds of stonemasons working with free-stone. There were 25 lodges in Scotland during the 17th century, from which 16 became centres of Masonic skills—stonemasonry. The order of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons began in London as the first Grand Lodge, in 1717. During the 18th century, Freemasonry was promoted in Great Britain and traveled to the new nation of the United States in the Americas, Europe, and around the world.


The United States Constitution and Fascinating Facts About It, page 30, supplemental text by Terry L. Jordan. Copyright©2005 by Oak Hill Publishing Company.
U.S. News & World Report, page 30, September 5, 2005. Copyright© 2005 by U.S. News & World Report, Inc.
Ibid., pages 30-31.
“The Masonic Lodge and the American Revolution”, Steven Sora, page 118.
McCormick Tribune Freedom Museum, Blueprint for Freedom, What Will You Build?, page 20. The United States Constitution and Fascinating Facts About It. Copyright© 2006 by Oak Hill Publishing Company.
“The Masonic Lodge and the American Revolution”, Steven Sora, page 171.
QPB Dictionary of Ideas. Copyright©1994 by Helicon Publishing Ltd. Originally published in 1995 , in the United Kingdom under the title, The Hutchinson Dictionary of Ideas.

Attn. Illinois Human Rights Commission for Victims of Crime in the Village of Lombard, To Whom It May Concern: URGENT! IMPORTANT!

Stop Demolition and Injunctive Relief Order by Judge Bonnie M. Wheaton, Chancery Division, Room 2007, in the 18th Judicial Circuit Court, Wheaton Illinois 60187 USA, within 21 days, before 26 August 2008.

Re: State of Illinois, County of Du Page, 18th Judicial Circuit Court, Case No.2007CH1284, Village of Lombard vs. Gardenia C. Hung, Robert S. Hung, Trustees of the Trust Agreement Designated as Roberto Hung Supplemental Care Trust, Jeffrey D. Papendick, a tax-purchaser, and non-record claimants and unknown users. Stop Demolition and Injunctive Relief Order by Judge Bonnie M. Wheaton, Chancery Division, Room 2007, in the 18th Judicial Circuit Court, Wheaton Illinois 60187 USA, within 21 days, before 26 August 2008.

Gardenia C. Hung, Daughter of the late Mr. Roberto Hung, J.D. Requests Assistance and Intervention to Repair Roofing Damages Caused by the Village of Lombard and the community, within twenty-one, 21, days before Enforcement of the Order of Demolition shall be Stayed until August 26, 2008 for Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road, Lombard, Illinois 60148-3028, USA

My name is Gardenia C. Hung, daughter of the late Mr. Roberto Hung. I have been writing to you to request your assistance and support for an order to Stop Demolition and Injunctive Relief ordered by Judge Bonnie M. Wheaton, from the Chancery Division, Room 2007, in this legal matter, in order to Repair Roofing Damages Caused by the Village of Lombard and the community, within twenty-one, 21, days before Enforcement of the Order of Demolition shall be Stayed until August 26, 2008 for Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow –at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road, Lombard, Illinois 60148-3028, USA—upon judgement on Case No. 2007CH1284, on August 4, 2008, signed by Judge Bonnie M. Wheaton, from the Chancery Division, Room 2007, in the 18th Judicial Circuit Court, in Du Page County, Illinois.

Please help me repair the roofing damages and losses owed by the Village of Lombard and the community in Du Page County, to Gardenia C. Hung, on behalf of the late Mr. Roberto Hung. I have not received any monies or compensation for the roofing damages and losses incurred by the Hung Family real estate property. I am aware that monies have been paid by the culprits to repair the roofing damages to the Hung Family, but not given to me, Gardenia C. Hung, rightful owner, and trustee of the Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung.

I have petitioned to repair damages and losses to the Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow before the sale of the real estate property and compensation to the Hung Family. On August 4, 2008, Judge Bonnie M. Wheaton granted that the enforcement of the order of demolition shall be stayed for a period of 21 days, until August 26, 2008, upon presentation of a building permit to repair and abate the violations on the property caused by the Village of Lombard in Du Page County, Illinois, USA.

Once again, I requesting your assistance, and your support, as well as the intervention of the Office of the Attorney General and the U.S. Department of Justice to obtain cash compensation, in order to repair roofing damages and losses caused by the Village of Lombard and the community-at-large in Du Page County. Please help me to secure the required financial community support to repair the roofing damages and sell the real estate property under the Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung Supplemental Health Care Trust and the Hung Family. Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Sincerely Yours,

(Reserved Signature)

Gardenia C. Hung, M.A.

On behalf of the Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung, J.D.

Tuesday, August 6, 2008, 11:00 AM

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