INTEREST IN KARAMANLIS: French Ambassador and Mrs Pierre Sarbatier gave a dinner yesterday evening for guests that included Minister for Public Works and Mrs Constantine Karamanlis, Ambassador of the Netherlands and Mrs A. Lambert, and Mr and Mrs S. Andreadis. COMMUNIST OUTLAWS: The deputy interior minister, Mr Evangelos Kalatzis, yesterday tabled a bill in Parliament bringing back into force for three months the old law on the voluntary surrender of communist outlaws. He said that the bill applied to 33 communist outlaws in various parts of the country. Fourteen of these, including two women, were hiding in Crete. After the three months have expired, he said, every effort would be made to annihilate the outlaws. ZOLOTAS: This morning the governor of the Bank of Greece, Mr Xenophon Zolotas, left by air for Basel, Switzerland, accompanied by the bank’s economic adviser, Mr Ioannis Pesmazoglou. Mr Zolotas will be representing Greece at the annual meeting of the Bank of International Settlements. IN BELGIUM: One hundred unskilled workers left last night by train for Belgium to work in the coal mines.