Frank Sinatra & Nancy Sinatra
|Frank Sinatra: December 12, 1915||Nancy Sinatra: March 25, 1917|
What Is the Six Of Clubs Birth Card Mean?
All Sixes have a special significance and mission in life. Six is the Double Trinity, - the divine is reflected in the human. Number Six is the number of Soul. It stands for beauty, harmony, order and completion, - the "Law and Order". Having this birthday means that you have a passion for everything being in the right place. You are a natural diplomat who needs involvement with others where you can share you warm charm, intuitive intellect, and friendly responsibility of well-being of others. If the Six misses inner realization of their definite purpose in life, they may develop selfishness and lack of initiative. Learn More
What Is the Jack Of Clubs Birth Card Mean?
All Jacks correspond with number 11. By some called the number of Evil because it transcended the number of commandments, and did not attain 12, the number of Grace and perfection. History and experience refuse its stigma. Number 11 is the most priceless gift of God. It is man (1) beside God (10). Jacks are sons of the Kings. They are carry great responsibility, and the disposal of their lives rests entirely on their own decision. They represent the mental attitudes of any suit, and of course, our mental attitudes are totally within our own control. We can rule them and win the crown, or we may consign them to every wind that blows and struggle in a state of immaturity as long as we live. Learn More
|Frank Sinatra and Nancy Sinatra were married for 20 years (from 1931 to 1951). Nancy Barbato was Frank Sinatra childhood sweetheart with whom he had three children, Nancy, Frank and Christina (Tina), before their marriage ended in 1951.|
The couple met in 1934 at the New Jersey holiday resort of Long Branch when he was 19 and she was 17. But over the next few years they rarely saw each other because of Sinatra's busy work schedule.
Frank Sinatra became an idol in the 1940s. After a failed law suit brought by a married women who alleged Sinatra had slept with her, he married Nancy in 1939.
In September, 1950, Nancy was granted a legal separation because of his mental cruelty - she claimed the superstar went away for weekends by himself.