NATIONWIDE AIRLINES SOUTHEAST
Nationwide Airlines Southeast, Inc commenced operations in August 1967 with a small fleet of Beechcraft Queen Airs and a route system based around Atlanta. The airline added the Beechcraft B99 to the fleet in mid 1968. When founder David Starr departed in late 1968, he was replaced by F.E. "Pete" Howe and the airline was renamed Air South. The following scans are from an undated timetable from 1968.
Some nice shots of Queen Airs N841NS and N842NS.
Here is the complete flight schedule from 1968.
A complete Nationwide Airlines Southeast timetable from August 7, 1968 can be found HERE and features a route map and an in-flight photo of one of their Beech B99s.