Alco

This Dayton label was owned by Arvey L. Webster. Sonny Flaharty and Shad O'Shea were involved as well. Initially the label was known as Falcon but renamed to Alco after #1001, presumably to avoid conflict with the NYC label.

1001 Sonny Flaharty and his Young Americans Hurricane / Joann
1002 Sonny Flaharty and his Young Americans Mickey Monkeyed / Walking At Midnight
1003 Sonny Flaharty and his Young Americans Whole Lotta Shakin' / Please Be Real
1004 Tom and the Tempests It's Over Now! / Play It Cool (PS)
1005 unknown - see note below
1006 the Jaguars The Metropolitan / Wanda, Why (PS)
1006 the Fabulous Penetrations Shoreline / The King's Palace Introduction
1007
1008
1009 Janie Fulmer Everything is Here (But You) / A Few Days More
1010 Paul Hopkins, Jr and the Sheiks Hoppy at the World's Fair / Hypnotized Lady
1011 unknown
1012
1013 Leon Harmon
1014 Janie Fulmer Wild and Free / You've Started to Care Less Apr '66
No # Pvt. Eddie Lloyd Red, White, and Blue / Walk It Off (PS) May '66
2187 the Angeles Simeon Soul Mission / Fisherman's Wharf

Two records were assigned #1006. The assumption is that one should be 1005 or 1007 - currently no found records have those numbers. #1001 issued as Falcon - all others as Alco.