(ARK.) COUKTFR Lone Star GOP's Meeting Today On'Hot Potato' Eisenhower Ha* Good Chance to Gain; Missourians Choose .. By The Associated Press .. Lone Star State Republicans meet today for decisions Illat could make the Texas delegation to the GOP National Convention in Chicago a crucial hot potato. The TC.XRS Stale Republican Convention meets tomorrow to nume 38 delegates to the convention, But by that lime Em intraparty fight between backers of Sen. Robert A. Taft and Oen. Dwijrht D, Elsen- hower for the Republican presidential nomination may have developed into a Texas GOP split that will keep the Issue in doubt until the Chicago convention meets The OOP state Executive Committee was to Judge today between rival Taft and Eisenhower backer claims to control of 31 out of 38 county delegations to tomorrow's .Mate convenUon. Kiscnhower He- publicans snld yesterday they will bolt Tuesday's convention "1( the Stale Executive Committee runs rough-shod over us and the state convention upholds them." Elsenhower Moves Up Eisenhower moved up 16 delegates on Tafl over the wee kend in the Associated Press tabulation, but still trailed. The AP count, based on delegates pledged, Instructed or willing to stale a first- ballot preference, find on candidate concessions, listed 309 delegates for Tnft to 359 for the general. Eisenhower made his gain of 16 In Washington Slnte, where he won 20 dele- gales to four for Tnft. The Republican nomination requires 604 voles. Chances appeared strong for Els- enhower to mnke another gain in Connecticut, where the Republican State Convention opens a two-day session tonight. Gov. John Lodge Is an Elsenhower backer and B brother of Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., one of the general's national organizers. Connecticut names 22 delegates. Texas Democrats also were threatening » p*rty bolt. The Issue in the Democratic party there was between pro-ndminlstralkm Loyal Democrat* und the faction led by QOT. Allun Shivers, who wants an unlnstrucled delegation. T e x » s Democrats name 52 delegates to the bl? convention. Fagan Dickson, pro-admlnlstra- lion leader, said his faction Is pre- P«r«l to walk out of the stale convention tomorrow nt San Antonio, »nd. »nd a rival delegation to Chicago. Missouri's Democrats may name President Truman today as an ul- timata to one of their 42 national convention delegates for the state's 3* votes. Leaders Indicated the delegates would go to Chicago unln- alrucled. Minnesota Republicans pulled an upset Saturday by voting to charr;e their national commltteeman niter 1(5 hears. The Mlnnesolans chose an Eisenhower backer, George F. Etzell, In place of Roy E. Dunn, who Is Taffs state manager. Jn Maryland Saturday, the OOP State Convention pledged Its 24 national delegates to Gov. Theodore Roosevelt McKeldin for the first ballot. 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Italy May Beat Reds as Large Vote Turns Out Two-Day Elections Held for Control Of Rome, Naples ROME i.?r-A blgger-than-expcct- ed first-day vote turnout gave Italy's Atlantic Pact government bloc a strong chance today to bent both Communists and neo-Fascists for control of Rome nnd Naples, Thc.se are the major pri7.es in MOtTDAT, MAT «, Iwo-day local elections In J.400 (owns In Central and Southern Knly, Sicily and Sardinia. The voting ends today. First results were not expected to be known until tonight. In the poverty-ridden South, it was sill! expected to be a hard ftiKl sometimes losing battle for Premier Alcidc de Oaspcri's Christian Democrats. There the government bloc ts up against strongholds ot landless nml unemployed and the rising strcngij: of a new Monarchist and neo- Fascist HJMance. Wh(>n police and Army guards closed booths last night Filler the first day's voting. It was estimated that 12 per cent of 12,105,164 registered voters had cast ballots in the third of Italy voting. In Sicily, where the voting lasted only one day, unofficial final tabulations showed a turnout of 82.99 Mr e*nt — 2.012,100 — at the registered voters. Leaders of De Gasperi's hard- pressed majority Catholic party said (hey would win the major cities if the voter turnout reached 80 per cent. It looked an If it would. With tile Polls open again today for seven hours, more than 71 per cent of Rome's one million voters already had cast ballots. In Naples, Southern Italy's biggest port and headquarters of the Atlantic Pact's Southern European Command, more than 75 per cent voted the first day. There were a score of arrests yesterday for alleged voting fraurts and one stabbing. Most voting, however, was quiet adcr one of the bitterest campaigns since the war. Read Courier News Classified Arts. U.S. Swain Art Best, Two Girls Belief• HARTFORD, Conn. 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