the behind to I to I al- The bride's mother, am Associated Press correspondent, and one other person were the only additional spectators art. the ceremony. Immediately after ward, _ Mr. and' Mrs! Walker ran through a group of -photographers and an inquisitive crowd, escaping wiifeout disclosing their immediate plans. The bride wore* a green hat and a green tailored flannel dress. Water -wore a navy blue sutt, .a Tjlue shirt could. anJ ^j e fo match. m my mony, fair- (the been a the evidence evidence verdict I am all of next the CANNES,. France, April 18.--AP--Former Mayor James L J. Walker of New York asid Betty Compton, actress, were married today. The couple entered, the city ball here oy Ite bade to avoid curious persons. . They were married at 11:15 a. m. by Mayor of Cannes. Witnesses for Walker were ids lawyer, Alfred Sharon, and Ms hotel proprietor, M. Martinez, At the conclusion of tfae cere- Mayor Qaaagnaire made a brief speech in French, saying the city of Cannes was grateful to have both the bride and groom living here. AT BRUME'S HOME Friends expect the couple will Hve at the bride's villa, Beau Geste, perched on a hill near Cannes, among ftowers and mimosa trees, looking over one of the most beautiful spots on the Riviera. The bride recently expressed a hope that. Walker would buy a home here since, the villa does not belong to her. She said she hoped, too, that they-would have children. The couple jumped into an automobile, taking an undisclosed honeymoon trail. . SYiends said the Walkers would be gone on an aaatomoibUe trip for a fortnight. Psychiatrists Say Killer of Women Deraaged Mentally HLOBENCE, Ariz., April 18--(AP) --Another reprieve, tMs one -until April 28, was granted Winnte Judd today by toe state pardon board - at Phoenix as psychiatrists testified before a lunacy jury that the condemned slayer of women is deranged mentally. Dr. Harry E. Pinkert, of Ariz., alienist for Mrs. Judd, declared from the witness stand testimony and behavior of Mrs. J. MdCtone-H, Mrs. Judd's mother; added, in convincing him of the condemned woman's insanity. The haired mother unhesitatingly told the jury she belierod a strain of .insanity in her family "fell on. me--and even more on "Does testimony and behavior the mother mean anything to in connection with the daughter?' 1 asked O, T. Wulson of Mrs. counsel. "Yes," answered the psychiatrist; "it .means something to me in ways.