There`s a new leader of the Arkansas Republican Party today as the troubled state GOP`s game of leadership musical chairs continues. Party executive director Marie Holder says the state GOP rules committee has met today and determined that Second Vice Chairman Reta Hamilton is the acting director, and NOT First Vice Chairman Gunner DeLay. DeLay took over as acting chairman when Marty Ryall resigned a month ago amid disclosure that the state GOP is more than 300 thousand dollars in debt. Hamilton took over when DeLay resigned Saturday to clear the way for Lieutenant Governor Winthrop Rockefeller to be elected as state party chairman next week. DeLay declared yesterday that he was back in charge --a day after Hamilton disbanded a subcommittee looking into the party`s financial problems and said she would appoint a new panel to audit the party`s finances. Holder says the state GOP rules committee met by conference call today and agreed that Hamilton is in charge and that the edict she issued is STILL in force.