day usually begins at 10 in the morning and ends at midnight or a little later. He rarely entertains. When 'he does venture out to find bright lights and music, It is usually only with Miss Betty Compton. pretty, brunette young actress. If he hss made any wise - cracks, they have been few and feeble. He ls living simply, as living In the Riviera goes, but at that, he Is the most dapper dresser at this resort, and Miss Compton has not "Monsieur Walkaire est un mau - vals client." Which meant that "Jeemy" was a bad customer because he did not grease the palm of the aforesaid doorman. There was something of the old playboy flash when the ex - mayor first arrived here. Walker had a Rolls - Royce car. a chauffeur and a valet, and Miss Compton had a personal maid. But that was only for a little After lunch the two usually go to the villa of Frank Scully, author and editor, who is working with them in the preparation of Walker's forthcoming book. At 7 p. m. they are likely to return to the hotel to dress for dinner. They usually dine in one of the above - mentioned restaurants. Afterward they may play a little baccarat at the Casino in Cannes, or at Hollywood in Nice. They do not play for large stakes, and usually quit about midnight.