JOSEPHS, Ray. American, b. 1912. Genres: Business/Trade/Industry, International relations/Current affairs, Advertising/Public relations, Communications/Media, Education, How-to books, Self help. Career: Writer & Consultant on personal time management; Consultant, Business Council for International Understanding, NYC. Public relations writer. Former journalist, corresp., and consultant on Latin American affairs, and Japanese-U.S. economic developments; Chairman, Ray Josephs & David E. Levy Inc., and International Public Relations Co., 1961-86; Lecturer on inter-American affairs and international public relations; broadcasts on CBS-TV, NBC-TV, BBC-TV, and public service stations. Publications: Spies and Saboteurs in Argentina, 1943; Argentine Diary, 1944; Latin America: Continent in Crisis, 1948; (with J. Bruce) Those Perplexing Argentines, 1952; How to Make Money from Your Ideas, 1954; How to Gain an Extra Hour Every Day, 1955, 1992; (with D. Kemp) Memoirs of a Live Wire, 1956; Streamlining Your Executive Workload, 1958; (with O. Steiner) Our Housing Jungle and Your Pocketbook, 1960; (with S. Arnold) The Magic Power of Putting Yourself Over with People, 1962. Contributor to magazines. Address: 860 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017-1815, U.S.A.