The use of a Manage Cart page is to submit the item values to a secure server via the URL. This is why the FORM ACTION must point to your secure server that receives the data. In your case, you have chosen to receive your customers personal information via a non-secure http server. This means the item values are still accessible from the cookies (they are related to the same parent URL), hence you don't need a Manage Cart page. It is advisable, however, that you consider protecting your customers identities with an SSL server at checkout.
to simplify and shorten your sites code, you should remove nested tables (like the heading table -it's inside of another table of the same size). Also, a good, non-deprecated practice is to align most of your content via
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<td align="center, middle, absmiddle, left, right, top, bottom>
instead of div and p.