The following journalists are the recipients of next year's Nieman Fellowships. Kevin P. Buckley of Newsweek: Wayne Greenhaw of the Alabama Journal. Montgomery Ala.; James O. Jackson of United Press International Moscow Peter A Jay '62 of the Washington Post: Michael R. McGovern of the New York Daily News: Edward C. Norton of The Record. Hackensack, N.J.; J. Michael Ritchey of KERA-TV. Dallas, Tex.; Carl W. Sims, editor of the Bay State Banner, Boston, William Stockton of The Associated Press, Los Angeles: Luther R. West of the State, Colombia, S.C.: Edwin N. Williams of the Delta Democrat-Times, Greenville, Miss.: and Charles R. Wyrick, of Newsday.
This year, the six-man selection committee also awarded associate fellowships to three foreign correspondents they are: Jim-Hyun Kim of Dong A libo, Seoul, Korea: Jove U. Macaspac Jr. of The Manila Chronicle. The Philippines; and Alfred F. Riev of Die Burger, Caps Town, South Africa.