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PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2013 12:41 pm 
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Saturday, 7 December 1941 - 07.48 am, Pearl Harbor / Oahu

While on the USS Arizona, the Stars and Stripes of the United State were reared, appeared over Pearl Harbor 353 Japanese planes and bombed the local military base. The attack took place in two phases, which lasted about 90 minutes. On 08.06 am the Japanese fighter "Kaga" threw a 800 kilogram heavy bomb off of the USS Arizona, which was hit starboard on 2 Flak Tower.

In seconds, exploded the powder magazine located towards the bow, and destroyed the entire front section of the ship. The explosion sparked a devastating fire on the ship and for damage to the front part and the subsequent explosion sank the ship in no time almost completely.

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USS Arizona

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The majority of the crew was killed by the explosion and fire. Many also because they were trapped inside the rapidly sinking ship. Noteworthy was the courage of the survivors, who assisted in the rescue of their comrades and became heroes. Of the 1400 soldiers on board 1177 men, most were in the age of 19, who lost their lives in this attack. The fire on the ship burned for two days.
In the following days and weeks an attempt was trying to recover the bodies of the soldiers which were trapped inside the ship. The attempts failed and the wreck of the USS Arizona became the burial place of some 900 soldiers.

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Inside the ship were at the time of the attack about 1.5 million gallons of oil. In 1940's years, people began to notice that oil leaked from the entire wreck. Even today, so many years later after the attack on Pearl Harbor, oil is still flowing from the wreck of the ship. This small oil spots that you can see on the surface, are called the "Black Tears of the Arizona“. This small oil spots that you can see on the surface are called the "Black Tears of the Arizona". Some survivors of the Pearl Harbor attack, saying that as long as the oil is flowing out of the wreck until the last survivor has died.

In March 1950, and in 1951 Admiral Arthur Radford, supreme commander of the Pacific Fleet, applied for the financing of a museum on the USS Arizona.

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Admiral Arthur Radford 1950 on the way to a ceremony to honor the dead of the USS Arizona.

In 1958 the government gave the Navy permission to build a memorial, which would be funded by donations. An up and down began. Dozens of plans were proposed and rejected, and the 20 years continuous efforts of the military were amateurish and disorganized. There was no agreement on the size and shape of the Memorial. Although the Navy wanted the shape of a ship's bridge for the Memorial, ultimately the final draft by Alfred Preis was accepted. Preis’ design for the memorial was shaped like "a bridge over a river." Alfred Preis was a prominent local architect of Austrian descent and had fled from Germany to Hawaii. During the second the World War II.

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Alfred Preis

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Blue print of the USS Arizona Memorial

In 1960 the construction of the memorial began. The construction of the Memorial was estimated at a total sum of about $ 500.000. In its draft set Preis ensures that the USS Arizona. was neither touched nor attached of the Memorial. Unfortunately only 250.000 dollars of funds were available, which was only half of the required amount. George Chaplin from "The Honolulu Adviser" wrote an article on the Memorial, in which he asked for more public support for the project and sent the article about 1500 times to various newspapers in the U.S with the request to publish the article on the USS Arizona.

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George Chaplin

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G. Chaplin in 1992

The "Los Angeles Examiner" complied with the request with an editorial in one of his November issues and one of the readers on this day was Col. Parker, Elvis' manager. Parker, a veteran of the 1st World War II, served in the U.S. Army at Fort DeRussy / Waikiki and loved Hawaii.

Elvis' new film "Waikiki beach boy", later renamed to "Blue Hawaii" was filmed in Hawaii. When Parker was reading the article, he immediately thought this would be a good publicity for the new film and immediately called Chaplin and said: "I know a young man who would be a great help to the project" and offered a benefit concert of Elvis, thereby to obtain a part of the missing benefit.
He said that if Chaplin had an appropriate venue, the ticket hall folder, lighting, sound system, security, and the rest of the needed equipment and staff were paid, then Elvis would donate his entire salary, which at that time was 25.0000. -dollars per concert.

Elvis and his entire road show and band, as well as a guest star in the opening act - singer Minnie Pearl, a star of the Grand Ol 'Opry radio and its TV show - would also be there. Chaplin and the Chairman of the Pacific War Memorial commission, Tucker Gratz, were overjoyed at this offer and agreed to the guidelines.

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Col. Parker pass an authographed Photo of Elvis to Tucker Gratz

For Elvis this tribute concert meant the opportunity to perform again in front of a live audience. Since he had just been released from his 2-year military service in the Army, he wanted to do something as a patriot for his country and agreed enthusiastically to Parkers proposal. In this way, enough funds would come together to begin the construction of the platform for the Memorial.

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Once Parker had received Elvis’ OK, he made the plans for the event. At a press conference on 11th January 1961at the Hawaiian Village Hotel, he made the plan for the benefit concert public. The next day Honolulu' newspapers, the "The Adviser" and "The Star Bulletin“, reported on the press conference. Parker announced that Elvis' concert on Sunday, 26th March is a benefit concert for the USS Arizona Memorial Fund. "Every penny of the revenue goes to the Memorial Foundation," said Parker, "otherwise we are not at a concert interested. Indeed, Elvis told me yesterday on the phone that he already bought the first ticket for the price of $ 100 for the show".
Venue was the Bloch Arena at Pearl Harbor, which possessed 4000 seats. The 100 "ringside" seats would cost $ 100 each. For the remaining tickets, the price was between U.S. $ 10, $ 5, $ 3.50 and $ 3 and would be available in advance from 13th March.

"Absolutely no one will get a free ticket to the show to get," said Gratz H Tucker, chairman of the memorial fund commission, "and that includes all performing artists and even applies to Col. Parker".
Parker announced that he and Elvis all the other artists pay out of pocket and all proceeds would be donated. "It's almost as if a child hears from Santa Claus and cannot believe it," said Gratz. "Our sincere thanks to Col. Parker. It is difficult to believe that this is all true". "It is so" confirmed Parker. "As you know, Elvis is 26 years old, last Sunday was his birthday and this is almost the age of the guys who are buried in the USS Arizona. I find it appropriate that Elvis does. And his goal is to get the required 50,000 in donations together", „Parker continued.
Shortly after his return in Los Angeles, Parker announced some changes in the flow of the concert. The show would take place a day earlier, on Saturday, the 25th March. And the "ringside" seats were increased from 100 to 300 seats. These 300 seats were reserved for the Army Tripler Hospital. Elvis and Parker bought 30 of the $ 100 places for patients and paramedics.

Because Col. Parker was unwilling that this benefit concert would be in any way connected with costs for him, he made NBC an offer: they could film the concert for 50,000 dollars, so to speak as part of an "Elvis Special". In this way the flight costs and salaries for the performing artists would come back again. But as it turned out, the plan fizzled out and there was no TV special.
On Monday, the 20th March 1961, five days before his Pearl Harbor show, Elvis announced the start of filming his new movie "Blue Hawaii" at Paramount Studios. On the same day his single "Return To Sender" immediately reached the No.1 on the Billboard's Hot 100. It was Elvis' fourth single in a year, what was the No. 1 immediately.

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On 25 March 1961 Elvis flew with PAN AM - along with Minnie Pearl - from Los Angeles to Honolulu, arrival at 12.15 pm. At the Honolulu International Airport Elvis was expected of about 3000 fans.

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flight schedule from Col. Parker - Foto Credit: EPE

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Dressed in a black suit and a white shirt with ruffles appeared Elvis around 12:27 pm at the rear door of the aircraft and were enthusiastically greeted by the waiting crowd.

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Elvis mit Minnie Pearl

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A local newspaper reported: "For 10 minutes, the attractive young lad with the baby blue eyes walked - protected by a wire fence and a guard of honor from Honolulu and military police in front of the fans - up and down of the crowd. Some of the fans looked like they were ready to tear him to pieces and take the pieces as souvenirs home with them. In no time he was covered all over with Leis (garlands) and smeared with lipstick. Elvis and his entourage did not venture too close to the crowd. Elvis, who was very pale, made only twice a stop during his march along the fence. Once he stopped at a small girl who gave him a lei, and returned the gesture with a smile".

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Elvis then jumped into an already waiting car and, escorted by the police, he went to the Hawaiian Village Hotel, where he would live in the next 3 weeks during the filming of his new movie "Blue Hawaii.

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Minnie Pearl, who was recognized as one of the opening numbers, recalls: "They kept us on the plane until everyone else was off board. There were about 3,000 screaming women and girls who were pressed against the fence, when Elvis went down there and shook hands. From the airport to the hotel, fans were lined up and shouted "Ellllvvvviiiissss." Col. Parker, who was with us said we should stay with Elvis, because he wanted that I was with in the photos. In front of the hotel 500 women were waiting on our arrival. And when we got out of the taxi, Elvis grabbed me by the arm. since all broke and besieged us. I felt like I lost the ground under my feet. My husband was behind me and tried to get to me and he yelled "Get out of here, get out of here." I thought I would be killed. Never before have I felt close to death that way. Everyone wants to be the No. 1 star, but this experience was enough for me to know that I did not want something like that.

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on the balcon of his suit at the Hawaiian Hilton Hotel

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At 15.45 pm Elvis walked for a press conference into the Carousel Room of the hotel.

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on the way for the press conference

Shideler Harper, a local columnist reported: "Elvis walked in and looked a bit sleepy and disheveled, he had just finished a nap, and before you could say" Blue Hawaii ", a young girl hung a lei around his neck and would not let him go. Elvis could not free himself from the grip of what brought him something in a rage, as can be recognizable to his angry look. Finally managed Colonel Parker to free Elvis from the grip".

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Present among the reporters were about 27 reporters from the high-school newspapers, Honolulu journalists and DJ's, and Elvis had answered all questions put to him before he went back to his room to get some rest before the show yet. The "Sunday Adviser" reported: "Elvis answered questions with a "matter-of-fact mumble" and "The Colonel" - Tom Parker - supplied the punch lines, did brought laughter and applause from the student reporters". At this press conference Elvis was also presented an award for his charity concert.

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ImageCol. Parker with POI Boys Tom Moffat (left) and Ron Jacobs (right)

In the meantime, in front of the entrance of the Bloch Arena formed up already long queues. At 18.30 pm, two hours before the show, the line of waiting people was already several blocks long - as reported in the news.

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About 19.00 pm - as all parking lots and parking facilities available were crowded in the vicinity, the traffic was completely paralyzed by the parking seekers. When the gates were opened at 19.00 pm to the arena was packed in no time.

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The show started at 20.30 pm, but Elvis came after the break on stage. The opening act consisted of pianist Floyd Cramer, the Jordanaires, jazz saxophonist Boots Randolph and Minnie Pearl.

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Minnie Pearl

After the break, Commodore, Robert L. Campbell, read a telegram from the Navy Minister that was: "The generosity and public spirited zeal with which you donate your service to the Arizona Memorial Found tonight are deeply appreciated by all of us in the Navy". Then he introduced Elvis with following words: "Our Honored guest tonight is a fine American. He has had many starring roles. In one of these roles, his role as a soldier in the US Army, his performance was outstanding and it’s a great pleasure to welcome him here, and to present to you ...... Elvis Presley!"
During his one-hour appearance, he sang 15 songs: Heart Break Hotel, All Shook Up, A Fool Such As I, I Got A Woman, Love Me, Such A Night Reconsider Baby, I Need Your Love Tonight, That's All right, Do not Be Cruuel, One Night, Are You Lonesome Tonight, It's Now Or Never, Swing down Sweet Chariot and Hound Dog.


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Songlist page 1 + 2

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Elvis and The Jordanaires

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with Boots Randolphs

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Elvis ended his presentation, as he sang "Hound Dog", on his knees and skidded about 6 feet across the stage.

A newspaper wrote: Elvis was wearing his famous gold jackete with the silvery glints like sequins. He wiggles as much as he ever did. The army didnt make him a bit conservative".

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Gordon Stoker of the Jordanaires: "We thought, now he slips right over the edge of the stage." Ray Walker, bass singer of the group, was so surprised that he missed his bet. He stood with his mouth open - no sound came out.

Boots Randolph: "I believe that Elvis knew he could convey something that he had charisma and could communicate with his audience. He was an exceptional entertainer. I was impressed by him. A performance with Elvis was one of the most exciting experiences in the world, a climax in my life. The screaming was incredible. Elvis was the first one who could bring his audience to do so.

The applause and the cries went even further, as Elvis had already left the stage. Reporter Phil Mayer wrote: "This acclaim saluted more than his performance. The applause was also for a man helping build a monument the best way he knows how.

The next day, 26 of March the following article appeared in “The Honolulu Adviser”:

Elvis Presley’s show played before 4800 wildly enthusiastic persons at Bloch Arena last night.
H. Tucker Gratz, chairman of the Pacific War Memorial Commission, said: “This occasion is a dream come true after 16 years. Tonight is the most important event in this effort…..”
This is all started when George Chaplin of the Adviser sent a letter to newspaper across the country and a very fine gentleman read an editorial in one of the California newspapers. That man (Col. Tom Parker, Presley’s manager) called George Chaplin and said:”I know a young man whose services can be a big help”.
Gratz said that Parker came to Hawaii and set up the show and stipulated that every cent would go toward the War Memorial fund. “Forty eight hours ago we met in this very room and we were 10.000 short. We made an agreement with Parker that he and Elvis would raise $5000 if the War Memorial Commission would raise the other $5000. I can assure you that on December 7 of this year will be a memorial”.

The show was fast-paced and slick. It jumped. The first act was Philo Ingalls orchestra, a brassy combo that the audience lapped up. Soon the audience clapped along in time to the music. Then Sterling Mossman and his group performed Polynesian songs and launched a comedy routine that brought titters and giggles from the $ 100 seats. (The 300 $-seats were just about filled. In 30 of the $ 100 seats sat patients and corpsmen from the Tripler Army Hospital whose tickets were paid by Presley and Parker.)

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Letter of thanks to Elvis and Col. Parkerfrom Tripler Hospital

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Resolution of the State of Hawaii w. thanks to Elvis and Col. Parker

Frank Cramer, RCA recording star, played a piano solo. The Jordanaires quartet performed and Boots Randolph, who can make a sax talk, blared out hot jazz. His rendition of “Yackety Sack” got ‘em. Now came Minnie Pearl of the Grand Ol’ Opry from radio station WSM, Nashville.
“Howdee” she greeted the crow and they roared.
Elvis Presley’s show played before 4800 wildly enthusiastic persons at Bloch Arena last night and took in more than $52.000 for the USS Arizona Memorial Fund even topped the $50.000 goal the rock ‘n’ roll star had set his sight on. IT WAS a crack jack show, a sellout, and the biggest single gate in the history of show business in Hawaii.

On 27 of March there was Buck Buchwach from the Honolulu Adviser a further report on the concert:

The Elvis Presley performance Saturday night was more than just a buffo extravaganza for the 5000 persons who contributed $ 52000 to the USS Arizona Memorial. The Bloch Arena spectacle was a wonderful laboratory for the study of mass hysteria, evidenced throughout by shrieking, stomping, yelling, whistling and screaming. When I say throughout, I mean throughout. Elvis Presley sang – belted, that is – about 16 songs during the hour that he was on. The rabid Elvis fans (there aren’t any other kind) devoured every moment that he was on, and they crashed the sound barrier before, during and after every number.
There were several hundred persons in the audience who weren’t Elvis fans, but came to the show, let’s face it, in spite of Elvis. These were the citizens who wanted to contribute money to the Pacific War Memorial Commission but felt it would be cowardly not to attend after buying tickets. And some came just to see the hottest commercial attraction in the entertainment industry – to try to discover how King Elvis got his crown and why he makes 10 times as much money per year as the President of the United States. The reaction of these people is significant. Not a single one of the score we interviewed after the show had anything but praise for Presley, in spite of any pre-show bias against him.

Take Walter F. Dillingham. As he ambled to his waiting limousine after the performance, he said thought the show was “tremendous”. “I like spirit on occasion” he smiled. “But the constant screaming took away some of the beauty of Elvis’ singing”.

Morley Theaker, boss man of Sears, who handled ticket sales for the Presley benefit show, said: “Presley was a terrific performer. If our screaming people would have let him sing, the audience would have enjoyed it more”.

Ron Jacobs, one of KPOI "Poi Boys", since Elvis' first concert in Hawaii 1957, friends with Elvis and Col. Parker recalls: "The show was memorable. Through the small closed hall the screams and the cheers were louder than the show in 1957 in the open arenas. It was literally a situation when you could not think straight. This evening you felt the excitement and electricity, which are only available at Elvis concerts. I have participated in many concerts, the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Michael Jackson, etc., but never this heated and turned on audience reaction was achieved as Elvis.
I was amazed at how much music could produce such a small group of artists. Elvis' stage movements, which are now copied everywhere, pointing to visual way his music sounded. For me, the most exciting moment was as Elvis the show with his hit song "Hound Dog" finished on both knees and skidded across the stage. "

The proceeds from the ticket sales totaled $ 52,000, exceeding the original by Col. Parker respectively Elvis’ target set of 50.000Dollar. An additional check for $ 5000 from Elvis and Col. Parker, along with additional income from the sale of souvenirs and donations, which were collected in the hall, the proceeds to Memorial Commission eventually rose to 62.000 dollars. Although it was not enough to make the memorial finished, it was enough to finish the memorial for the inauguration. "I can assure you that there is a memorial on 7 December this year," said Foundation Chairman Gratz, after all the receipts were tallied.

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The USS Arizona Memorial was inaugurated on May 30, 1962. The more than one million annual visitors can see a plaque where Elvis Presley is listed as one of the donors of the Memorial.

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Different Elvis merchandise and artifacts of his 1961 benefit show is in the Memorial Archives and can be viewed by appointment. But none is open to public.
Although it was a rock 'n' roll entertainer who reached through his concert, that the building was made possible - something that admirals, generals and politicians failed - ran the show for a long time forgotten, and this event was no longer remembered.

Never before there has been such a public and prominent benefit concert, especially not from a rock 'n' roll performer. Despite of his involvement, this special Elvis concert itself is neither mentioned at the Memorial nor in the visitor center. There is only this plaque at the Memorial, where Elvis is mentioned as one of the many donors in the construction of the Arizona Memorial.

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Ron Jacobs: “ Moffat and I remained friends with Col. Parker until he died a few years ago. His biggest disappointment was that Elvis never got the official recognition of the government for his contribution to Hawaii, the country and the world”.

During his vacation in Hawaii in 1965 - three years after the inauguration - Elvis saw the memorial, in which he had helped to bring it on the way, the first time after its completion.
When Elvis and Parker entered the Memorial, they honored the dead of the USS Arizona with two 5-feet high wreaths of red and white carnations. One was with a gold ribbon and inscription - "Gone but not forgotten" - fitted and made of 1177 carnations, exact one to honor each fallen officer and soldiers.

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Before the recording of his so-called '68 Comeback Special Elvis vacationing in Hawaii and visited the Memorial again - and he did every time he was on Hawaii vacation.

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Elvis visit the memorial again in 1965 during his vacation in Hawaii.

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giving autograph at Honolulu airport at his arrival

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Arrival in 1961.

When Elvis walked off the stage in Honolulu the evening of March 1961, he couldn't have inmagined that it marked a turning point in his career. This Hawaii concert was a key event in his career.

The next performance of Elvis in Hawaii was 1972.



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Great AngleEyes!!! It takes you a long time and hard work doing all of this, but we do appreciate all you have done. I have never read nor seen most of this...or the first one you put up either! It was nice reading and learning how he didn't change...he remained the honorable, good hearted guy he had been from birth. People have only what the press and a few others, have said about this man, it's really special when the truth comes out! Thanks you from the bottom of my heart for putting so much effort into giving people the true story of these events. There are so many, but most of the world only hears a few and most of those leave one questioning the reality of it all.
Best of luck on your upcoming vacation! You will be missed! Everybody, she's gonna be gone for a-while...keep her in the light!
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Thanks Wanda, but still I'm here... :D
I'm just going in holiday the whole June and will be back in July.
But before I going to enjoy my holidays I like to finish Elvis' concert series in Hawaii - and that means two more reports and I hope I have enough time to do before my holidays.
Maybe next week I can start with Elvis Hawaii performance in November 1972.

I'm happy that I can bring some findings and facts- as much as possible - because he still deserve it. That's all I want. :love: :hello:



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:hello: I So Agree with Wanda, how You Angel Eyes have really did Some Long and Probably A Little Tiring Work in Posting these Awesome Stories. But I So Agree with what you said Angel Eyes, Elvis Deserves These Truthful Stories So Much. So Please when you do go on your Holiday, Be Safe and Have a Great Time! :love:



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Hi Barb, thanks for your nice words. Too much disgracing things are told of Elvis and people forget what a great singer and entertainer he was, because his private live is more interesting than his awfull career. Beside this it is very simple - as I said - he deserves it. Not only for the entertainer and singer he was, but also the human he was.

Did you got my last message with the pics??



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:hello: AngelEyes, do you mean your Last Letter and Picture's? Yes I sure did and I have written you back, did you get my Letter? :love:



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