LEADING CALIFORNIA COMPANIES 1987 : A ROSTER OF THE STATE'S LARGEST INDUSTRIAL, FINANCIAL, MERCHANDISING, TRANSPORTATION AND UTITLITY FIRMS : INDUSTRIALS

Compilation and analysis for the 1987 roster were provided by Maureen Perry and Cynthia Sosin of the Los Angeles Times marketing research department.

KEY TO ROSTER--The corporate name of each company is followed by its founding or incorporation date in parentheses. Sales figures have been confined as closely as possible to operating revenues. They include equity in earnings of joint venture corporations as reported, but exclude nonoperating revenue such as dividends and gains from the sale of real estate. Income figures are given before extraordinary items. Related income-per-share figures are fully diluted when available and are based on average shares outstanding during the year, or the number of shares outstanding at year-end, depending on the company's accounting method. Sales and income figures are given for the year-end 1986 or fiscal year ended on or before February 28, 1987 followed in parentheses by sales and income figures, respectively, for the prior reporting period. Where preliminary figures have been made available, they have been so noted. Dividend figures (when paid) are reported for common stock shares. Asset figures are given as of the final day of the year covered by sales and income figures. The term "1986 Rank" indicates the rank of the company in the 1986 Los Angeles Times Roster. The 1986 Roster was published June 8, 1986 and used figures for years ended most recently prior to March 31, 1986. The abbreviation NYSE, ASE, PSE and OTC indicate listing/trading on the New York, American and Pacific stock exchanges or trading on the over-the-counter market. The various categories of companies have been ranked on the following basis: industrial firms by sales/revenues; merchandising firms by sales; transportation firms and utilities by revenues; and financial institutions and insurance firms by assets.

The top 100 California-headquartered, publicly held companies ranked by sales/revenues for year-end 1986 or fiscal year ended on or before February 28, 1987.

1 Chevron Corp. (1926) Major international oil company engaged in integrated petroleum operations and in the manufacture and marketing of chemicals and fertilizers. Engaged in real estate development and involved in minerals exploration and production and projects related to alternate energy resources, primarily geothermal. Revenues: $26.64 billion year-end 1986 ($44.15 billion in 1985, restated). Income: $715.4 million or $2.09 a share ($1.55 billion or $4.52). Dividends: $2.40 a share ($2.40). Assets: $38.90 billion. Employees: total 51,100; California 18,600. Headquarters: 225 Bush St., San Francisco 94104. Chairman and chief executive: George M. Keller. 1986 rank: 1. NYSE, PSE

2 Occidental Petroleum Corp. (1920) Explores for, develops, produces, trades in and markets energy resources, principally crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids and coal; processes and markets beef and pork and its byproducts; manufactures and distributes fertilizers and animal feed supplements; and manufactures and distributes industrial chemicals and plastics; and operates an extensive network of interstate and intrastate natural gas transmission pipelines. Sales: $15.34 billion year-end 1986 ($14.53 billion in 1985). Income: $172.1 million or 66 cents a share ($455.0 million or $2.21). Dividends: $2.50 a share ($2.50). Assets: $17.47 billion. Employees: total 51,350; California 900. Headquarters: 10889 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 90024. Chairman and chief executive: Armand Hammer. President: Ray R. Irani. 1986 rank: 3. NYSE, PSE

3 Atlantic Richfield Co. (ARCO) (1870) Fundamentally a domestic oil and gas company, involved in all phases of the petroleum energy business, with diversified activities abroad and in petrochemicals, minerals and solar energy. Petroleum operations encompass oil and gas exploration/production, refining/marketing of products, transportation of crude oil and products. Sales: $14.99 billion year-end 1986 ($22.49 billion in 1985). Income: $615.1 million or $3.38 a share (loss of $201.6 million or 97 cents). Dividends: $4.00 a share ($3.75). Assets: $21.60 billion. Employees: total 26,600; California 5,900. Headquarters: 515 S. Flower St., Los Angeles 90071. Chairman and chief executive: Lodwrick M. Cook. President: Robert E. Wycoff. 1986 rank: 2. NYSE, PSE

4 Lockheed Corp. (1932) Major aerospace firm which designs and manufactures military and commercial aircraft, missiles, space vehicles, ships and electronics systems and equipment. Also active in aircraft service, space programs support, ocean systems and information systems. Sales: $10.27 billion ended 12-28-86 ($9.54 billion in 1985). Income: $408.0 million or $6.17 a share ($401.0 million or $6.09). Dividends: 95 cents a share (75 cents). Assets: $5.94 billion. Employees: total 96,900; California 52,900. Headquarters: 4500 Park Granada Blvd., Calabasas 91399. Chairman and chief executive: Lawrence O. Kitchen. President: Robert A. Fuhrman. 1986 rank: 5. NYSE, PSE

5 Unocal Corp. (1983) Parent of Union Oil Co. of California, an integrated earthresources company. Explores for and produces crude oil, natural gas and mineral resources in the U.S., Canada and overseas. Leader in geothermal energy production and shale oil development. Manufactures and markets a wide range of petroleum products, chemicals, fertilizers and specialty metals. Revenues: $8.13 billion year-end 1986 ($11.35 billion in 1985). Income: $176.0 million or $1.51 a share ($325.0 million or $2.36). Dividends: $1.10 a share ($1.15). Assets: $10.13 billion. Employees: total 18,010; California 6,620. Headquarters: 1201 W. Fifth St., Los Angeles 90017. Chairman and chief executive: Fred L. Hartley. President: Richard J. Stegemeier. 1986 rank: 4. NYSE, PSE

6 Hewlett-Packard Co. (1939) Designs, manufactures and internationally markets more than 10,000 electronic products and systems including test and measuring instrumentation and solid-state components; computers, calculators and peripheral products; medical instrumentation; and instrumentation for chemical analysis. Products have application in science, engineering, medicine, communications, education, business and industry. Sales: $7.10 billion ended 10-31-86 ($6.51 billion in 1985). Income: $516.0 million or $2.02 a share ($489.0 million or $1.91). Dividends: 22 cents a share (22 cents). Assets: $6.29 billion. Employees: total 82,000; California 27,000. Headquarters: 3000 Hanover St., Palo Alto 94304. Chairman: David Packard. President and chief executive: John A. Young. 1986 rank: 6. NYSE, PSE

7 McKesson Corp. (1967) Nation's leading distributor of drug and health care products, wine and spirits, office products, veterinary supplies and bottled water. Revenues: $6.52 billion year-end 1986 ($5.50 billion in 1985, restated). Income: $97.7 million or $2.07 a share ($73.7 million or $1.80, restated). Dividends: $1.28 a share ($1.20, restated). Per share figures reflect two-for-one stock split in October 1986. Assets: $2.26 billion. Employees: total 16,800; California 3,000. Headquarters: One Post St., San Francisco 94104. Chairman: Neil A. Harlan. President and chief executive: Thomas W. Field Jr. 1986 rank: 7. NYSE, PSE

8 Northrop Corp. (1939) Diversified defense firm in three major areas: aircraft, electronics and services. Southern California divisions produce military jet fighter aircraft; unmanned aircraft; navigation/guidance, electro-optical and sensor systems; and provide aircraft services and support. Sales: $5.61 billion year-end 1986 ($5.06 billion in 1985). Income: $41.2 million or 89 cents a share ($214.4 million or $4.63). Dividends: $1.20 a share ($1.20). Assets: $2.70 billion. Employees: total 46,800; California 35,300. Headquarters: 1840 Century Park East, Los Angeles 90067. Chairman and chief executive: Thomas V. Jones. President: Kent Kresa. 1986 rank: 8. NYSE, PSE

9 Fluor Corp. (1912) International engineering, construction and natural resources management company. Provides worldwide engineering, construction, procurement and management services to energy, natural resource, industrial, commercial, utility and government clients. Natural resources produced are principally gold, silver, lead, zinc, iron ore and coal. Revenues: $4.66 billion ended 10-31-86 ($4.10 billion in 1985, restated). Income: loss of $60.4 million or 76 cents a share (loss of $633.3 million or $8.01). Dividends: 40 cents a share (40 cents). Assets: $2.57 billion. Employees: total 22,310; California 2,300. Headquarters: 3333 Michelson Dr., Irvine 92730. Chairman and chief executive: David S. Tappan Jr. President: John A. Wright. 1986 rank: 10. NYSE, PSE

10 Litton Industries Inc. (1953) A technology-based company providing advanced electronic and defense systems, industrial automation systems and geophysical services to U.S. and world markets. Sales: $4.52 billion ended 7-31-86 ($4.59 billion in 1985). Income: $71.1 million or $2.52 a share ($299.5 million or $7.27). Dividends: none ($1.50 a share). Assets: $4.57 billion. Employees: total 55,500; California 10,460. Headquarters: 360 N. Crescent Dr., Beverly Hills 90210. Chairman: Fred W. O'Green. President and chief executive: Orion L. Hoch. 1986 rank: 9. NYSE, PSE 11 National Medical Enterprises Inc. (1969) Owns, operates or manages 563 acute, psychiatric, substance abuse, rehabilitation and long-term care facilities with more than 68,000 beds. Provides planning, design, construction, equipment, financial and management services to other health care providers worldwide. Operates fixed and mobile diagnostic imaging services; distributes and services pulmonary and anesthesia devices; owns and operates retail pharmacies and retail outlets distributing medical products and services to home patients; and operates hemodialysis centers. Revenues: $3.94 billion ended 11-30-86 ($3.27 billion in 1985). Income: $108.1 million or $1.39 a share ($150.8 million or $1.94). Dividends: 57 cents a share (53 cents). Assets: $3.31 billion. Employees: total 83,000; California 16,770. Headquarters: 11620 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 90025. Chairman and chief executive: Richard K. Eamer. President: Leonard Cohen. 1986 rank: 12. NYSE, PSE

12 American Medical International Inc. (1960) Health care services company which owns 89 acute-care hospitals in the U.S. and 13 in the United Kingdom as well as psychiatric hospitals, occupational health centers, ambulatory surgery centers and other specialized facilities. U.S. operations range from community-based full-service medical centers to major academic institutions providing medical education, research and treatment. Revenues: $3.47 billion ended 8-31-86 ($2.65 billion in 1985). Income: loss of $97.3 million or $1.12 a share (profit of $2.65 billion or $1.94). Dividends: 72 cents a share (69 cents). Assets: $3.90 billion. Employees: total 45,150; California 8,380. Headquarters: 414 N. Camden Dr., Beverly Hills 90210. Chairman: Royce Diener. President and chief executive: Walter L. Weisman. 1986 rank: 14. NYSE, PSE

13 Teledyne Inc. (1960) Develops and manufactures aviation and electronicsproducts, industrial products, specialty metalsproducts and consumer products. Has subsidiaries in insurance and finance. Sales: $3.24 billion year-end 1986 ($3.26 billion in 1985). Income: $238.3 million or $20.35 a share ($546.4 million or $46.66). Assets: $2.74 billion. Employees: total 44,800; California 13,000. Headquarters: 1901 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles 90067. Chairman: Henry E. Singleton. President and chief executive: George A. Roberts. 1986 rank: 11. NYSE, PSE 14 The Henley Group (1985) Operations currently consist of a group of diversified businesses, the activities of which are conducted primarily through four major operating segments and several unconsolidated businesses. Operating segments include Fisher Scientific Group Inc., the Wheelabrator Technologies Group, General Chemical Corporation, the Manufacturing Group, Signal Capital Corporation, Signal Landmark Properties Inc. and Equilease Corporation. Revenues: $3.17 billion year-end 1986 ($1.83 billion in 1985). Income: loss of $426.0 million or $5.33 a share (loss of $66.0 million). Assets: $4.70 billion. Employees: total 22,400; California 200. Headquarters: 11255 N. Torrey Pines Rd., La Jolla 92037. Chairman and chief executive: Michael D. Dingman. President: Paul M. Montrone. 1986 rank: none. OTC

15 Bergen Brunswig Corp. (1956) A diversified health service and consumer products distribution organization. The Drug Company is one of the nation's largest wholesale distributors for products sold by pharmacies. The Medical/Supply Company provides supplies for hospitals and laboratories. Commtron serves a broad variety of retail outlets in consumer electronics. Sales: $3.07 billion ended 8-31-86 ($2.43 billion in 1985). Income: $20.7 million or $1.49 a share ($23.3 million or $1.73, restated). Dividends: 31.6 cents a share and 5% stock (30.5 cents, restated). Per share figures reflect 5% stock dividend in December 1985. Assets: $785.2 million. Employees: total 4,550; California 1,920. Headquarters: 4000 Metropolitan Dr., Orange 92668. Chairman and chief executive: Emil P. Martini Jr. President: Robert E. Martini. 1986 rank: 15. ASE

16 The Times Mirror Co. (1884) Diversified media communications company engaged principally in newspaper publishing and related businesses, including television broadcasting, cable communications and book and magazine publishing. Newspapers include: The Los Angeles Times in California; Newsday in New York; The Baltimore Sun Newspapers in Maryland; The Hartford Courant, The Advocate and Greenwich Time in Connecticut; The Morning Call in Pennsylvania; and The Denver Post in Colorado. Other products include: timber growing and the sale of logs; aeronautical charts and pilot training material; and directory printing. Revenues: $2.95 billion year-end 1986 ($2.96 billion in 1985). Income: $408.1 million or $6.31 a share ($237.1 million or $3.49). Dividends: $1.50 a share ($1.36). Assets: $2.93 billion. Employees: total 28,380; California 11,470. Headquarters: Times Mirror Square, Los Angeles 90053. Chairman and chief executive: Robert F. Erburu. President: David Laventhol. 1986 rank: 13. NYSE

17 The Walt Disney Company (1923) International family entertainment company. Operates Disneyland Park in California and Walt Disney World destination resort in Florida featuring Magic Kingdom theme park, Epcot Center, hotels, camping, golf and other recreational activities. Receives royalties from Tokyo Disneyland which is owned and operated by an unrelated Japanese corporation. Produces motion pictures, network television programming and home video products. Owns and operates The Disney Channel, a pay cable TV service. Develops resort and primary home communities and commercial properties. Provides resort and property management services. Consumer product segment includes character merchandising, publications, records, music publishing, educational media and microcomputer software. Revenues: $2.72 billion year-end 1986 ($2.09 billion in 1985). Income: $302.4 million or $2.22 a share ($176.0 million or $1.31). Dividends: 32 cents a share (30 cents, restated). Per share figures reflect four-for-one stock split in February 1986. Assets: $3.37 billion. Employees: total 32,000; California 9,200. Headquarters: 500 S. Buena Vista St., Burbank 91521. Chairman and chief executive: Michael D. Eisner. President: Frank G. Wells. 1986 rank: 20. NYSE, PSE 18 MCA INC. (1958) Diversified international company engaged in: production and distribution of theatrical, "non-theatrical," television and home video products; operation of a tour of company's motion picture studio; licensing of merchandising rights and film property publishing rights; manufacture and distribution of records and tapes and music publishing; retailing and mail order of gift merchandise; book publishing; development and marketing of top products; recreation services; and real estate development. Revenues: $2.44 billion year-end 1986 ($2.10 billion in 1985). Income: $155.2 million or $2.02 a share ($150.0 million or $2.02). Dividends: 68 cents a share (61 cents). Assets: $2.66 billion. Employees: total 16,000; California 6,380. Headquarters: 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City 91608. Chairman and chief executive: Lew R. Wasserman. President: Sidney Jay Sheinberg. 1986 rank: 18. NYSE, PSE 19 Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp. (1940) One of the world's major aluminum producers, has diversified operations in industrial and specialty chemicals and oil and gas. Sales: $2.22 billion year-end 1986 ($2.03 billion in 1985, restated). Income: loss of $32.7 million or 89 cents a share (loss of $186.5 million or $4.33). Dividends: none (15 cents a share). Assets: $3.22 billion. Employees: total 13,100; California 1,200. Headquarters: 300 Lakeside Dr., Oakland 94643. Chairman and chief executive: Cornell C. Maier. President: A. Stephens Hutchcraft Jr. 1986 rank: 19. NYSE, PSE

20 Beverly Enterprises (1963) Owns, operates and manages 1,121 nursing facilities with 121,800 beds in 45 states and the District of Columbia. Operates 109 durable medical equipment outlets, 27 home health agencies, 58 retirement and congregate (group-assisted) living projects and 33 pharmacies or pharmacy-related entities. Revenues: $2.02 billion year-end 1986 ($1.69 billion in 1985). Income: $51.5 million or 81 cents a share ($59.8 million or $1.07). Dividends: 20 cents a share (17 cents, restated). Per share figures reflect two-for-one stock split in May 1986. Assets: $2.22 billion. Employees: total 116,000; California 13,000. Headquarters: 873 S. Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena 91105. Chairman and chief executive: Robert Van Tuyle. President: David Banks. 1986 rank: 24. NYSE, PSE

21 Amfac Inc. (1918) Diversified company with principal lines of business in wholesale distribution, food processing, hotels and resorts, retail, agriculture and property. Revenues: $1.96 billion year-end 1986 ($1.92 billion in 1985, restated). Income: loss of $66.6 million or $4.27 a share (profit of $17.9 million or $1.08). Assets: $1.16 billion. Employees: total 23,000; California 1,880. Headquarters: 44 Montgomery St., San Francisco 94104. Chairman: Henry A. Walker Jr. President and chief executive: Ronald R. Sloan. 1986 rank: 16. NYSE, PSE 22 Apple Computer Inc. (1977) Develops, produces and markets personal computers, peripheral products and software for business, industry, science, education and the home. Sales: $1.90 billion ended 9-26-86 ($1.92 billion in 1985). Income: $154.0 million or $2.39 a share ($61.2 million or 99 cents). Assets: $1.16 billion. Employees: total 5,590; California 2,580. Headquarters: 20525 Mariani Ave., Cupertino 95014. Chairman, president and chief executive: John Sculley. 1986 rank: 21. OTC

23 Castle & Cooke Inc. (1851) A worldwide producer and marketer of fruits and vegetables, a leading transportation equipment leasing company, and a major real estate owner and developer in Hawaii and California. Conducts business through three primary operating units: Dole Food Company, Flexi-Van Leasing and Oceanic Properties. Revenues: $1.74 billion ended 1-3-87 ($1.60 billion ended 12-28-85, pro forma) Income: $43.9 million or 56 cents a share ($46.4 milllion or 56 cents). Assets: $1.52 billion. Employees: total 35,000; California 5,600. Headquarters: 10900 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 90024. Chairman and chief executive: David H. Murdock. 1986 rank: none. NYSE, PSE

24 National Semiconductor Corp. (1959) Developer of advanced semiconductor and systems products. Was the first company to introduce a commercially-available 32-bit microprocessor; supplies extensive line of high-speed microCMOS products. Has design centers, manufacturing, sales and service facilities throughout the world. Sales: $1.48 billion ended 5-31-86 ($1.79 billion in 1985). Income: loss of $142.7 million or $1.67 a share (profit of $43.2 million or 48 cents). Assets: $1.30 billion. Employees: total 30,800; California 9,000. Headquarters: 2900 Semiconductor Dr., Santa Clara 95052. Chairman: Peter J. Sprague. President and chief executive: Charles E. Sporck. 1986 rank: 23. NYSE, PSE 25 Intel Corp. (1968) Manufactures and markets memory, microprocessor and microcommunications components and systems. Revenues: $1.27 billion ended 12-27-86 ($1.36 billion in 1985). Income: loss of $173.2 million or $1.48 a share (profit of $1.6 million or 1 cent). Assets: $2.08 billion. Employees: total 18,200; California 11,300. Headquarters: 3065 Bowers Ave., Santa Clara 95051. Chairman and chief executive: Gordon E. Moore. President: Andrew S. Grove. 1986 rank: 26. OTC

26 Fleetwood Enterprises Inc. (1957) Produces manufactured housing, motor homes and travel trailers. Operates 46 plants in the United States and Canada. Single- and multi-section manufactured housing sold under a variety of brand names. Travel trailers marketed under brand names Avion, Prowler, Terry and Wilderness; motor homes under Jamboree, Pace Arrow, Southwind, Tioga, Limited and Bounder. Sales: $1.24 billion ended 1-25-87 ($1.22 billion in 1986). Income: $38.4 million or $1.65 a share ($42.0 million or $1.80). Dividends: 50 cents a share (42 cents). Assets: $452.1 million. Employees: total 10,000; California 2,070. Headquarters: 3125 Myers St., Riverside 92523. Chairman and chief executive: John C. Crean. President: Glenn F. Kummer. 1986 rank: 27. NYSE, PSE

27 Kaufman and Broad Inc. (1957) Large multi-national life insurance, financial services and housing company. Conducts life insurance and financial services operations through its subsidiaries that include Sun Life Group of America Inc. and Anchor National Life Insurance Co. Owns 92.6% of Kaufman and Broad Home Corp. Revenues: $1.14 billion ended 11-30-86 ($921.4 million in 1985). Income: $44.2 million or $2.13 a share ($30.1 million or $1.35, restated). Dividends: 33 cents a share (27 cents, restated). Per share figures reflect three-for-two stock split in May 1986. Assets: $4.38 billion. Employees: total 2,480; California 600. Headquarters: 11601 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 90025. Chairman, president and chief executive: Eli Broad. 1986 rank: 38. NYSE, PSE

28 Avery (1935) (Formerly Avery International Corp.) Multinational manufacturer of self-adhesive base materials, tapes, labels, office products and labeling systems. Products are employed in a wide variety of applications for marking, identification, labeling, decorating and fastening. Sales: $1.13 billion ended 11-30-86 ($932.7 million in 1985). Income: $48.6 million or $2.45 a share ($48.3 million or $2.44). Dividends: 70 cents a share (62 cents). Assets: $868.1 million. Employees: total 11,160; California 2,750. Headquarters: 150 N. Orange Grove Blvd., Pasadena 91103. Chairman and chief executive: Charles D. Miller. President: Richard J. Pearson. 1986 rank: 36 (Avery International Corp.). NYSE

29 Di Giorgio Corp. (1920) Diversified manu- facturer and international marketer of consumer products and building materials. Consumer products include Italian-style meat products and portion-packaged foods. Supplies European common market with processed juices and portion-packaged foods. Building materials include pre-finished moldings, pre-cut house frames, aluminum doors, windows and other products for retail home building center and construction industries. Distributor of supermarket products in greater New York. Sales: $1.10 billion year-end 1986 ($936.2 million in 1985, restated). Income: $11.9 million or $1.51 a share ($10.3 million or $1.41, restated). Dividends: 64 cents a share (64 cents). Assets: $340.1 million. Employees: total 4,000; California 1,500. Headquarters: One Maritime Plaza, San Francisco 94111. Chairman and chief executive: Peter F. Scott. 1986 rank: 30. NYSE, PSE

30 The Clorox Co. (1913) Manufactures and markets nonfood and specialty food household products; high-quality interior and exterior stains and paints; and is a supplier to the food service industry. Operates manufacturing plants in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, Mexico and Saudi Arabia. Sales: $1.09 billion ended 6-30-86 ($1.05 billion in 1985). Income: $95.6 million or $3.50 a share ($86.1 million or $3.17). Dividends: $1.40 a share ($1.24). Assets: $849.2 million. Employees: total 5,000; California 1,300. Headquarters: 1221 Broadway, Oakland 94612. Chairman and chief executive: Charles R. Weaver. President: John W. Collins. 1986 rank: 31. NYSE, PSE

31 Rykoff-Sexton Inc. (1911) Through its two principal operating units (S.E. Rykoff & Co., established in 1911, and John Sexton & Co., established in 1883) is a leading manufacturer and distributor of food and related products for restaurants and institutions nationwide. Products include: canned, dried and frozen foods; paper, plastic and janitorial supplies; food service equipment and restaurant design and engineering services. Manufacturing, processing and packaging operations are based in Los Angeles, CA; Indianapolis, IN; and Englewood, NJ. Distribution centers are located throughout the United States. Sales: $1.08 billion ended 1-31-87 ($977.4 million in 1986). Income: $6.4 million or 91 cents a share ($11.0 million or $1.44). Dividends: 60 cents a share (55 cents). Assets: $299.9 million. Employees: total 4,600; California 2,000. Headquarters: 761 Terminal St., Los Angeles 90021. President and chief executive: Roger W. Coleman. 1986 rank: 40. NYSE 32 Mattel Inc. (1945) A world leader in the production, distribution and marketing of toys. Sales: $1.06 billion ended 12-27-86 ($1.05 billion in 1985). Income: loss of $951,000 or 20 cents a share (profit of $78.7 million or $1.42). Assets: $706.0 million. Employees: total 15,000; California 2,600. Headquarters: 5150 Rosecrans Ave., Hawthorne 90250. Chairman and chief executive: John W. Amerman. President: Thomas J. Kalinske. 1986 rank: 32. NYSE, PSE

33 Computer Sciences Corp. (1959) Designs, engineers and integrates computer-based systems and communications systems for government and industry. Major fields of expertise are aerospace and defense. Provides electronic mail and other value-added services worldwide via an international communications network. Operates automated services for distributors, claims processing, consumer credit reporting and income tax processing. Revenues: $977.7 million year-end 1986 ($800.7 million in 1985). Income: $30.3 million or $1.95 a share ($22.3 million or $1.54). Assets: $588.4 million. Employees: total 17,200; California 4,000. Headquarters: 2100 E. Grand Ave., El Segundo 90245. Chairman, president and chief executive: William R. Hoover. 1986 rank: 41. NYSE, PSE 34 Potlach Corp. (1903) Diversified forest products company with 1.4 million acres of prime timber in Arkansas, Idaho and Minnesota producing lumber, plywood, oriented strand board, pulp, bleached paperboard, printing papers, consumer tissue products and liquid-tight packaging. Sales: $976.4 million year-end 1986 ($950.3 million in 1985). Income: $69.9 million or $4.98 a share ($37.7 million or $2.19). Dividends: $1.59 a share ($1.56). Assets: $265.3 million. Employees: total 7,970; California 250. Headquarters: One Maritime Plaza, San Francisco 94111. Chairman and chief executive: Richard B. Madden. President: Roderick M. Steele. 1986 rank: 35. NYSE, PSE

35 Amdahl Corp. (1970) Develops, manufactures and markets large-scale computer systems, storage products, communications systems, software and educational services. Also provides product and software support for its systems and is engaged in research and development programs for future products. Revenues: $966.3 million ended 12-26-86 ($862.0 million in 1985). Income: $41.8 million or 86 cents a share ($28.7 million or 60 cents). Dividends: 20 cents a share (20 cents). Assets: $1.05 billion. Employees: total 7,100; California 4,000. Headquarters: 1250 E. Arques Ave., Sunnyvale 94088. Chairman: Eugene R. White. President and chief executive: John C. Lewis. 1986 rank: 39. ASE

36 Maxicare Health Plans Inc. (1980) Nation's largest publicly traded health maintenance organization serving more than 2.3 million members through 30,000 physicians in 62 markets in 26 states. Arranges pre-paid health care services for employees and dependents of major corporations and government agencies. Revenues: $914.4 million year-end 1986 ($523.3 million in 1985). Income: $4.3 million or 13 cents a share ($20.4 million or 75 cents). Assets: not available. Employees: total 7,000; California 1,200. Headquarters: 5200 W. Century Blvd., Los Angeles 90045. Chairman and chief executive: Fred W. Wasserman. President: Pamela K. Anderson. 1986 rank: 51. OTC

37 Varian Associates Inc. (1948) Leading producer of power and special purpose tubes; solid-state devices; broadcast and microwave equipment; analytical instruments including spectrometers and chromatographs; linear accelerators for cancer therapy and radiographic inspection; ion implantation, deposition and etch systems for semiconductor fabrication; vacuum pumps, components; and leak detectors. Sales: $893.4 million year-end 1986 ($931.2 million in 1985). Income: loss of $8.7 million or 40 cents a share (profit of $15.3 million or 71 cents). Dividends: 26 cents a share (26 cents). Assets: $789.7 million. Employees: total 11,600; California 6,000. Headquarters: 611 Hansen Way, Palo Alto 94303. Chairman, president and chief executive: Thomas D. Sege. 1986 rank: 34. NYSE, PSE

38 Guy F. Atkinson Co. of California (1926) Engaged primarily in construction, engineered product and systems manufacturing and toxic waste remediation. Major construction fields are heavy civil, infrastructure, marine, commercial and institutional building, industrial, and mechanical. Other activities include: electro-mechanical and electronic devices and systems, computer-based communication and control systems, large pump manufacturing, domestic oil and gas operations and toxic waste remediation services. Revenues: $857.6 million year-end 1986 ($927.7 million in 1985). Income: $8.5 million or 97 cents a share ($14.1 million or $1.61). Dividends: 84 cents a share (84 cents). Assets: $458.5 million. Employees: total 8,000; California 1,500. Headquarters: 10 W. Orange Ave., South San Francisco 94080. Chairman and chief executive: Thomas W. Halligan. President: Thomas J. Henderson.1986 rank: 37. OTC

39 Fisher Scientific Group (1986) A health and scientific products company engaged in the design, manufacture, distribution, sale and service of a wide range of laboratory equipment, supplies for use in the diagnosis of disease and management of therapy in hospitals and laboratories. Also manufactures and distributes infusion systems for the regulation and control of intravenous solutions administered to hospital patients. Sales: $846.6 million year-end 1986 (1985 not available). Income: loss of $220.6 million or $6.42 a share (not available). Assets: $505.7 million. Employees: total 6,800; California 150. Headquarters: 11255 N. Torrey Pines Rd., La Jolla 92037. Chairman, president and chief executive: Richard A. Cramer. 1986 rank: none. OTC

40 Tandem Computers Inc. (1978) Designs, develops, manufactures, markets and supports computer systems and networks for the on-line transaction processing market. A fully compatible family of systems spanning the range of performance requirements can be linked with each other in a geographically dispersed distributed data processing network. Systems are modularly expandable, have high availability, assure integrity of database and enhance programmer productivity. Revenues: $835.8 million year-end 1986 ($634.5 million in 1985). Income: $79.2 million or $1.74 a share ($32.0 million or 76 cents). Assets: $776.6 million. Employees: total 5,950; California 3,200. Headquarters: 19333 Vallco Pkwy., Cupertino 95014. Chairman: Thomas J. Perkins. President and chief executive: James G. Treybig. 1986 rank: 46. NYSE

41 Raychem Corp. (1957) Engaged principally in the manufacture of heat-shrinkable plastics, irradiated wire and cable products and proprietary chemicals. Sales: $797.6 million ended 6-30-86 ($679.8 million in 1985). Income: $48.8 million or $4.65 a share ($29.2 million or $2.88). Dividends: 44 cents a share (44 cents). Assets: $785.6 million. Employees: total 9,930; California 3,660. Headquarters: 300 Constitution Dr., Menlo Park 94025. Chairman and chief executive: Paul M. Cook. President: Robert M. Halperin. 1986 rank: 44. NYSE

42 Tosco Corp. (1955) Independent petroleum refiner, owns and operates Avon, CA petroleum refinery and has related wholesale distribution facilities. Markets light refined petroleum products, chiefly of transportation fuels, at wholesale in the western states; is engaged in domestic development and production of oil and gas; and has interests in oil shale properties. Sales: $780.3 million year-end 1986 ($1.51 billion in 1985). Income: $17.6 million or 53 cents a share ($8.9 million or 29 cents). Assets: $491.9 million. Employees: total 900; California same. Headquarters: 2401 Colorado Ave., Santa Monica 90406. Chairman and chief executive: Clarence G. Frame. President: John G. Drosdick. 1986 rank: 25. NYSE, PSE

43 Hilton Hotels Corp. (1946) Owns, manages or franchises 271 hotels and inns having 96,780 rooms; owns and operates two casino resorts in Las Vegas and one in Reno. In 1987, will add 16 new hotels with approximately 4,200 rooms. Revenues: $740.4 million year-end 1986 ($712.4 million in 1985). Income: $97.8 million or $3.92 a share ($100.2 million or $4.03). Dividends: $1.80 a share ($1.80). Assets: $1.30 billion. Employees: total 34,700; California 6,200. Headquarters: 9336 Civic Center Dr., Beverly Hills 90210. Chairman, president and chief executive: Barron Hilton. 1986 rank: 42. NYSE, PSE

44 Seagate Technology (1978) Designs, manufactures and markets Winchester technology disc drives used in small business and desktop computers. Sales: $709.5 million year-end 1986 ($303.6 million in 1985). Income: $90.4 million or 46 cents a share ($8.7 million or 5 cents). Assets: $456.6 million. Employees: total 11,880; California 1,570. Headquarters: 920 Disc Dr., Scotts Valley 95066. Chairman and chief executive: Alan Shugart. President: David T. Mitchell. 1986 rank: 88. OTC

45 Caesars World Inc. (1958) Active primarily in the hospitality/casino industry. Owner/operator of Caesars Palace hotel/casino in Las Vegas and operator of Caesars Tahoe in Stateline, NV. Also operates four specialty resorts in Pennsylvania. A subsidiary, Caesars New Jersey Inc., operates the Caesars Atlantic City Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, NJ. Revenues: $694.4 million ended 7-31-86 ($660.8 million in 1985). Income: $41.0 million or $1.33 a share ($31.8 million or $1.06). Assets: $767.2 million. Employees: total 9,740; California 50. Headquarters: 1801 Century Park East, Los Angeles 90067. Chairman and chief executive: Henry Gluck. President: J. Terrence Lanni. 1986 rank: 45. NYSE, PSE 46 Collins Foods International Inc. (1968) Operates 143 Kentucky Fried Chicken stores and six Collins Foodservice distribution centers. Its 62 percent-owned subsidiary, Sizzler Restaurants International Inc., operates or licenses 536 Sizzler Steak, Seafood, Salad restaurants and its wholly-owned subsidiary Naugles Inc. operates or licenses 176 Mexican units and operates 110 Kentucky Fried Chicken stores in Southern California. Revenues: $653.2 million ended 1-31-87 ($522.4 million in 1986). Income: $11.7 million or 56 cents a share ($18.6 million or 91 cents). Dividends: 12 cents a share (12 cents). Assets: $438.9 million. Employees: total 13,500; California 5,700. Headquarters: 5400 Alla Rd., Los Angeles 90066. Chairman: James A. Collins. President and chief executive: Richard P. Bermingham. 1986 rank: 55. NYSE, PSE, ASE

47 Rohr Industries Inc. (1940) Major inter- national aerospace supplier manufacturing components for commercial, military and business aircraft. Principal products are jet engine nacelles, thrust reversers, noise suppression systems, and engine components. Also machines rocket motor casings for the Space Shuttle and Titan booster. Sales: $632.6 million ended 2-1-87 ($606.7 million in 1986). Income: $40.3 million or $2.30 a share ($48.2 million or $2.79, restated). Per share figures reflect two-for-one stock split in December 1985. Assets: $547.8 million. Employees: total 8,700; California 8,200. Headquarters: Foot of "H" St., Chula Vista 92010. Chairman, president and chief executive: Harry W. Todd. 1986 rank: 48. NYSE, PSE

48 CalMat Co. (1891) Major producer and supplier to the construction industry of cement, aggregates, ready-mixed concrete and asphalt in California, Arizona and Nevada. Has substantial land holdings and is actively developing properties in California and Arizona. Revenues: $619.0 million year-end 1986 ($578.3 million in 1985, restated). Income: $44.1 million or $1.44 a share ($40.5 million or $1.34). Dividends: 34 cents a share (30 cents). Assets: $646.6 million. Employees: total 3,150; California 2,670. Headquarters: 3200 San Fernando Rd., Los Angeles 90065. Chairman and chief executive: William Jenkins. President: A. Frederick Gerstell. 1986 rank: 57. NYSE, PSE

49 Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (1969) Designs, manufactures and markets complex integrated circuits for the manufacturers of instrumentation, computation and telecommunications equipment for professional markets, both military and commercial. Sales: $615.2 million ended 12-28-86 ($623.8 million in 1985). Income: loss of $103.9 million or $1.81 cents a share (profit of $476,000 or 1 cent). Assets: $657.1 million. Employees: total 12,630; California 3,960. Headquarters: 901 Thompson Pl., Sunnyvale 94088. Chairman and chief executive: W. J. Sanders III. President: Anthony Holbrook. 1986 rank: 49. NYSE, PSE

50 Liquid Air Corp. (1970) Owns industrial gas operations throughout the United States, Canada and Brazil. Also manufactures and distributes welding products in Canada and Brazil. Carbon dioxide business in United States carried on through a wholly-owned subsidiary, Cardox Corp. Wholly-owned subsidiary, U.S.D. Corp., manufactures and distributes Aqua Lung underwater diving equipment in the United States. Sales: $570.6 million year-end 1986 ($543.0 million in 1985). Income: $34.7 million or $2.42 a share ($31.8 million or $2.42). Dividends: $1.60 a share ($1.60). Assets: $717.5 million. Employees: total 4,390; California 550. Headquarters: 2121 N. California Blvd., Walnut Creek 94596. Chairman: Jean Henri Delorme. President and chief executive: Thomas E. Slattery. 1986 rank: 50. OTC

51 Lorimar Telepictures Corp. (1969) A broad-based entertainment and communications company specializing in the creation, production, acquisition and worldwide distribution of television, home video and radio programming and theatrical motion pictures. Through Bozell, Jacobs, Kenyon & Eckhardt, is a major force in advertising worldwide. Also engaged in television broadcasting, magazine publishing, product licensing and the operation of a major studio facility. Revenues: $542.8 million for 9 months ended 12-31-86 ($413.4 million for 9 months ended 12-31-85). Income: $4.1 million or 9 cents a share ($17.0 million or 54 cents). Assets: $1.13 billion. Employees: total 3,600; California 2,750. Headquarters: 10202 Washington Blvd., Culver City 90232. Chairman and chief executive: Merv Adelson. Office of the president: Michael Garin, David Salzman, Dick Robertson, Michael Jay Solomon. 1986 rank: 47. ASE, PSE Note: rank is based on 9-month figures . 52 Xidex Corp. (1969) Manufacturer of the following data storage products: floppy disks, Winchester disks and computer-output microfilm. Sales: $533.5 million year-end 1986 ($342.1 million in 1985). Income: $32.6 million or 74 cents a share ($25.6 million or 61 cents). Assets: $769.6 million. Employees: total 6,870; California 3,900. Headquarters: 525 University Ave., Palo Alto 94301. Chairman, president and chief executive: Lester L. Colbert Jr. 1986 rank: 77. OTC 53 Summit Health Ltd. (1977) An integrated health care company that operates hospitals, long-term care and other health care facilities in Arizona, California, Colorado, Iowa, Oregon, Texas, Washington and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The company's 19 hospitals, 52 nursing homes and seven retirement hotels have 9,213 beds. Also operates chemical dependency units, home health care agencies, hemodialysis centers, medical office buildings, urgent care centers and a national mail order pharmaceutical company. Revenues: $508.9 million year-end 1986 ($405.2 million in 1985). Income: $5.1 million or 16 cents a share ($20.1 million or 64 cents). Dividends: 12 cents a share (10 cents). Assets: $369.8 million. Employees: total 12,000;California 6,000. Headquarters: 1800 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles 90067. Chairman: Don Freeberg. President and chief executive: William L. Pierpoint. 1986 rank: 62. OTC

54 American Building Maintenance Industries (1909) Provides janitorial service in more than 75 metropolitan areas throughout the United States and Canada. Also installs, modernizes, repairs and maintains heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, elevators and escalators, electrical signs and lighting systems; provides building engineers, energy management, parking, pest control and security guard services; and distributes janitorial supplies and maintenance equipment. Revenues: $492.3 million ended 1-31-87 ($444.8 million in 1986). Income: $5.3 million or $1.44 a share ($5.1 million or $1.41). Dividends: 89 cents a share (86 cents). Assets: $151.3 million. Employees: total 29,000;California 10,500. Headquarters: 333 Fell St., San Francisco 94102. Chairman: Sydney J. Rosenberg. President and chief executive: R. David Anacker. 1986 rank: 56. NYSE, PSE

55 Kaufman and Broad Home Corp. (1986) Largest builder of single-family homes in California, third largest in France. Once wholly owned by Kaufman and Broad Inc., was spun off in 1986 and is now a separately traded company. Specializes in quality housing for first-time home buyers. Provides customer mortgage financing through its subsidiary, International Mortgage Co. Revenues: $491.2 million ended 11-30-86 ($338.7 million in 1985). Income: $27.6 million or $1.08 a share ($23.1 million or 92 cents). Dividends: 20 cents (not available). Assets: $441.4 million. Headquarters: 11601 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 90025. Chairman: Eli Broad. President and chief executive: Bruce Karatz. 1986 rank: none. NYSE

56 Intermark Inc. (1960) Operating/holding company which owns all or part of 18 major growth companies engaged in retailing, manufacturing and distribution; participates in broadly diversified industries. Revenues: $479.9 million year-end 1986 ($432.4 in 1985, restated). Income: loss of $1.2 million or 19 cents a share (loss of $1.8 million or 25 cents, restated). Dividends: 10.4 cents a share (8.9 cents, restated). Per share figures reflect five-for-four stock split in March 1986. Assets: $372.9 million. Employees: total 14,000;California not available. Headquarters: 1020 Prospect St., La Jolla 92037. President and chief executive: Charles R. Scott. 1986 rank: 52. ASE

57 First City Industries Inc. (1979) The parent company of a group of companies engaged in the manufacture and sale of housing, industrial and consumer products; development of real estate and investment in securities. Revenues: $474.3 million year-end 1986 ($459.0 million in 1985). Income: loss of $9.5 million or $1.54 a share (loss of $10.3 million or $1.97) Assets: $787.6 million. Employees: total 8,440; California 530. Headquarters: 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills 90211. Chairman, president and chief executive: William Belzberg. 1986 rank: none. NYSE, PSE

58 CooperVision Inc. (1972) Develops, manufactures and sells a broad range of surgical and professional products used in ophthalmology, optometry, plastic and reconstructive surgery. Products include laser and ultrasonic surgical devices; intraocular lenses; pharmaceuticals; contact lenses; contact lens care solutions and accessories; and silicone breast and facial implants. Sales: $460.3 million ended 10-31-86 ($331.0 million in 1985). Income: $9.0 million or 41 cents a share ($35.2 million or $1.69). Dividends: 40 cents a share (40 cents). Assets: $851.4 million. Employees: total 5,020; California 1,470. Headquarters: 3145 Porter Dr., Palo Alto 94404. Chairman, president chief executive: Parker G. Montgomery. 1986 rank: 65. NYSE, PSE 59 Ducommun Inc. (1849) Major corporation comprised of seven operating companies: Kierulff distributes electronic components and computer products; MTI distributes computer products; Ducommun Data Systems is a master distributor of computer products to value-added resellers; Tri-Tec Engineering manufactures cable assemblies and interconnects to electronic markets; Aerochem provides close tolerance chemical milling services; AHF- Ducommun manufactures aircraft and space vehicle components; Jay-El Products manufactures illuminated switches and keyboard panels for the aerospace industry. Sales: $455.2 million year-end 1986 ($417.0 million in 1985). Income: loss of $19.2 million or $5.76 a share (loss of $3.3 million or $5.94, restated). Dividends: 35 cents a share (80 cents). Assets: $260.7 million. Employees: total 2,500; California 1,800. Headquarters: 10824 Hope St., Cypress 90630. Chairman, president and chief executive: Wallace W. Booth. 1986 rank: 58. ASE, PSE

60 AFG Industries Inc. (1978) An integrated producer, fabricator and distributor of flat glass for the residential construction and remodeling markets. Has had rapid growth from a regional glass producer to a fully integrated national manufacturer. With the addition of a new facility in Victorville, California, will operate glass manufacturing plants nationwide. Revenues: $452.0 million year-end 1986 ($324.4 million in 1985). Income: $53.3 million or $3.04 a share ($21.1 million or $1.33). Dividends: 12 cents a share (none). Per share figures reflect a 3-for-2 stock split in March 1986. Assets: $519.7 million. Employees: total 4,200; California 10. Headquarters: 18200 Von Karman Ave., Irvine 92715. Chairman and chief executive: R. D. Hubbard. President: Wayne G. Basler. 1986 rank: none. NYSE 61 United States Leasing International Inc. (1952) Independent national equipment leasing and rental company. Major lines of business are sales aid leasing programs for manufacturers, auto fleet leasing and management, a variety of equipment rental programs and commercial aircraft leasing. Revenues: $434.1 million year-end 1986 ($380.6 million in 1985). Income: $29.3 million or $3.96 a share ($24.6 million or $3.25). Dividends: 82 cents a share (80 cents). Assets: $1.53 billion. Employees: total 1,750; California 1,200. Headquarters: 733 Front St., San Francisco 94111. Chairman: Brooks Walker Jr. President and chief executive: D. E. Mundell. 1986 rank: 61. NYSE, PSE

62 Smith International Inc. (1937) A worldwide supplier of products and services to the oil and gas drilling, completion and production industries. Revenues: $415.2 million year-end 1986 ($697.3 million in 1985). Income: loss of $149.0 million or $6.56 a share (loss of $265.1 million or $11.66). Dividends: none (32 cents a share). Assets: $674.4 million. Employees: total 3,390; California 830. Headquarters: 4490 Von Karman Ave., Newport Beach 92660. Chairman, president and chief executive: Jerry W. Neely. 1986 rank: 43. NYSE, PSE

63 Whittaker Corp. (1947) A diversified firm with major business interests in technical products and specialty chemicals. Sales: $399.1 million ended 10-31-86 ($308.6 million in 1985, restated). Income: loss of $4.9 million or 44 cents a share (profit of $19.9 million or $1.40). Dividends: 60 cents a share (60 cents). Assets: $608.6 million. Employees: total 4,060; California 1,710. Headquarters: 10880 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 90024. Chairman and chief executive: Joseph F. Alibrandi. President: Gregory T. Parkos. 1986 rank: 29. NYSE

64 Shaklee Corp. (1962) A major direct sales and marketing company. In direct selling, the company is a leading provider of nutritional, household and personal care products. Shaklee products are sold directly to consumers by an independent sales force through distributors in the United States, Japan and Canada. Bear Creek Corp., is a wholly-owned direct mail subsidiary. Sales: $397.9 million year-end 1986 ($402.6 million in 1985). Income: $62.0 million or $4.70 a share ($16.5 million or $1.26). Dividends: 72 cents a share (72 cents). Assets: $374.2 million. Employees: total 1,000; California 500. Headquarters: 444 Market St., San Francisco 94111. Chairman: John C. Lorini. President and chief executive: David M. Chamberlain. 1986 rank: 59. NYSE, PSE

65 Nu-Med Inc. (1969) Owns/leases and operates nine acute care hospitals totaling 1,250 licensed beds and 11 related medical office buildings in the United States. In addition, owns and operates two acute care facilities in England totaling 132 beds. Also, owns and operates five psychiatric hospitals with 517 beds, has two under construction with 90 beds and plans to construct three additional psychiatric facilities with 246 beds for an aggregate of 853 beds. Also provides management, consulting and ancillary services to hospitals and health care companies. Revenues: $374.3 million ended 1-31-87 ($277.6 million in 1986). Income: $4.4 million or 35 cents a share ($5.9 million or 53 cents). Assets: $454.5 million. Employees: total 5,500; California 2,500. Headquarters: 16633 Ventura Blvd., Encino 91436. Chairman and chief executive: Maurice Lewitt. President: William N. Hartauer. 1986 rank: 92. OTC

66 MGM/UA Communications Co. (1919) Operations include the financing, production and worldwide distribution of theatrical motion pictures, television series and made-for-television specials. The prestigious film library is comprised of approximately 950 films. Prior to March 25, 1986, the company was a wholly-owned subsidiary of MGM/UA Entertainment Co. Revenues: $355.4 million ended 8-31-86 ($255.4 million in 1985). Income: $17.9 million or 34 cents a share (loss of $58.8 million). Assets $957.4 million. Employees: total 850; California 750. Headquarters: 450 N. Roxbury Dr., Beverly Hills 91210. Chairman and chief executive: Lee Rich. President: Stephen D. Silbert. 1986 rank: none. NYSE

67 Dataproducts Corp. (1962) Designs, develops, manufactures and markets a broad range of printers, supplies and data communications equipment. Printers include band printers, dot matrix printers, 12 and 26 page per minute laser printers, solid ink printers, and tempestized printers for government and military applications. Products are used on personal, mini-, micro-, and mainframe computers and are sold both direct and through a worldwide network of distributors. Revenues: $350.8 million ended 12-27-86 ($370.6 million in 1985). Income: $12.8 million or 61 cents a share (loss of $29.7 million or $1.43). Dividends: 16 cents a share (16 cents). Assets: $349.7 million. Employees: total 4,200; California 1,200. Headquarters: 6200 Canoga Ave., Woodland Hills 91365. Chairman, president and chief executive: Jack C. Davis. 1986 rank: 54. ASE

68 Triton Group Ltd. (1980) A multi-industry company with major business segments in consumer products, film and graphics and airmotive and manufacturing. Continental Graphics Corp. provides specialty graphics services, fine color printing and film services. Simplicity Pattern Co. is a leading manufacturer and distributor of patterns for the home sewing market. National Airmotive Corp. is the leading franchised distributor and overhaul agency for the Allison family of gas turbine engines. Western Metal Lath is a manufacturer of steel products for the construction industry. Revenues: $349.8 million ended 1-31-87 ($303.4 million in 1986) Income: $11.5 million or 5 cents a share ($12.8 million or 5 cents). Assets: $343.3 million. Employees: total 4,750; California 1,850. Headquarters: 1020 Prospect St., La Jolla 92037. Chairman: Charles R. Scott. President and chief executive: John C. Stiska. 1986 rank: none. OTC

69 Homestake Mining Co. (1877) Mines, processes and explores for gold, silver, lead, zinc and uranium, and explores for and produces crude oil and natural gas. Revenues: $347.7 million year-end 1986 ($343.2 million in 1985). Income: $22.6 million or 46 cents a share ($23.3 million or 47 cents). Dividends: 20 cents a share (20 cents). Assets: $693.3 million. Employees: total 2,010; California 390. Headquarters: 650 California St., San Francisco 94108. Chairman and chief executive: Harry M. Conger. President: David K. Fagin. 1986 rank: 68. NYSE, PSE

70 Sun Microsystems Inc. (1982) Supplies distributed computing systems including technical workstations, UNIX systems software, data communications and networking software. Has shipped nearly 36,000 workstations and board level products worldwide. Principal uses for the company's products include software engineering, design automation and electronic publishing. Revenues: $341.1 million year-end 1986 ($147.1 million in 1985). Income: $24.5 million or 86 cents a share ($8.0 million or 32 cents). Assets: $345.0 million. Employees: total 2,700; California 2,500. Headquarters: 2550 Garcia Ave., Mountain View 94043. Chairman, president and chief executive: Scott McNealy. 1986 rank: none. OTC

71 Cubic Corp. (1949) Major products are: computerized training and simulation systems for defense; automatic fare collection equipment for transit and bus industries; and installation and maintenance of passenger elevators. Sales: $337.8 million ended 9-30-86 ($331.7 million in 1985). Income: $1.1 million or 14 cents a share ($14.7 million or $1.87). Dividends: 39 cents a share (39 cents). Assets: $226.1 million. Employees: total 4,000; California 3,500. Headquarters: 9333 Balboa Ave., San Diego 92123. Chairman, president and chief executive: Walter J. Zable. 1986 rank: 64. ASE

72 Standard Brands Paint Co. (1939) Manufactures architectural paint and retails home decorating products and art materials through 136 self-owned and operated retail stores located throughout the ten western United States. Subsidiaries are Enterprise Wallcoverings Inc., Kwal/Howell's Inc. and Zynolyte Products. Sales: $326.6 million ended 1-25-87 ($338.0 million in 1986). Income: $15.0 million or $1.33 a share ($15.8 million or $1.40). Dividends: 58 cents a share (56 cents). Assets: $252.7 million. Employees: total 3,630; California 2,780. Headquarters: 4300 W. 190th St., Torrance 90509. Chairman and chief executive: Stuart D. Buchalter. President: Marvin S. Wager. 1986 rank: 63. NYSE

73 Grubb & Ellis Co. (1958) Third largest real estate services firm in the United States and the leading independent. Services include: commercial and residential brokerage, asset management, property management, public and private syndications, mortgage brokerage, institutional investment advisory services, insurance brokerage, international investments and property appraisal and consultation. Revenues: $319.8 million year-end 1986 ($254.7 million in 1985, restated). Income: loss of $1.8 million or 12 cents a share (profit of $7.0 million or 47 cents). Dividends: 8 cents a share (8 cents). Assets: $191.6 million. Employees: total 6,670; California not available. Headquarters: One Montgomery St., Crocker Center-West Tower, San Francisco 94104. Chairman, president and chief executive: Harold A. Ellis Jr. 1986 rank: 78. NYSE, PSE

74 Ameron Inc. (1907) Manufactures and markets concrete pressure pipe systems; reinforced fiberglass pipe and fittings; high-performance protective coatings, marine coatings and protective linings; traffic and lighting poles; steel bar and converter rod; and construction products. Sales: $314.7 million ended 11-30-86 ($305.3 million in 1985). Income: $13.0 million or $2.70 a share ($12.6 million or $2.63, restated). Dividends: 92 cents a share (80 cents, restated). Per share figures reflect two-for-one stock split in March 1986. Assets: $312.1 million. Employees: total 2,900; California 1,250. Headquarters: 4700 Ramona Blvd., Monterey Park 91754. President and chief executive: Lawrence R. Tollenaere. 1986 rank: 69. NYSE

75 Standard-Pacific L.P. (1961) A publicly- traded limited partnership. A geographically diversified builder of medium priced, single-family homes. Markets and finances its homes; manufactures office furniture, systems-workstation modules, seating and accessory units for business offices. Sales: $310.6 million year-end 1986 ($265.8 million in 1985). Income: $25.7 million or $2.21 a share ($19.4 million or $1.68). Dividends: 47 cents a share (25 cents, restated). Per share figures reflect three-for-two stock split in March 1986. Assets: $312.7 million. Employees: total 260; California 230. Headquarters: 1565 W. MacArthur Blvd., Costa Mesa 92626. Chairman and chief executive: Arthur E. Svendsen. President: Ronald R. Foell. 1986 rank: 74. NYSE

76 Wyle Laboratories (1949) Nationally ranked distributor of electronic components, computer systems and peripherals, dominant in the western United States. Provides systems and technical support in semiconductor technologies. Major supplier of research, engineering and testing services to the aerospace/defense and energy industries and engages in industrial manufacturing. Revenues: $307.0 million ended 1-31-87 ($260.8 million in 1986). Income: $4.3 million or 54 cents a share ($1.5 million or 20 cents). Dividends: 32 cents a share (32 cents). Assets: $148.6 million. Employees: total 1,870; California 900. Headquarters: 128 Maryland St., El Segundo 90245. Chairman and chief executive: Stanley A. Wainer. President: Charles M. Clough. 1986 rank: 76. NYSE

77 Wynn's International Inc. (1973) Diversified worldwide producer and marketer of products primarily for automotive aftermarket. Operations conducted through three divisions: automotive parts and accessories, petrochemical specialties and builders hardware. Products sold in more than 80 countries. Operates twelve domestic and four foreign manufacturing complexes. Sales: $306.1 million year-end 1986. ($207.1 million in 1985). Income: $6.5 million or $1.70 a share (loss of $2.0 million or 53 cents). Dividends: 60 cents a share (60 cents). Assets: $183.4 million. Employees: total 2,370; California 210. Headquarters: 2600 E. Nutwood Ave., Fullerton 92631. Chairman: Wesley E. Bellwood. President and chief executive: John F. Lillicrop. 1986 rank: 82. NYSE 78 Convergent Technologies Inc. (1981) Designs, develops, manufactures and markets microprocessor-based computers and computer systems used in a variety of business, engineering and administrative applications. Revenues: $305.8 million year-end 1986 ($459.6 million in 1985, restated). Income: loss of $32.8 million or 73 cents a share (profit of $13.2 million or 30 cents, restated). Assets: $295.2 million. Employees: total 1,050; California 960. Headquarters: 2700 N. First St., San Jose 95150. Chairman and chief executive: Paul C. Ely Jr. President Cyril Yansouni. 1986 rank: 60. OTC

79 Western Digital Corp. (1970) Designs, manufactures and markets proprietary board-level subsystems and VLSI semiconductor components for use in the computer and communications markets. Revenues: $300.3 million ended 6-30-86 ($189.2 million in 1985). Income: $21.5 million or 94 cents a share (loss of $4.4 million or 22 cents). Assets: $215.7 million. Employees: total 2,540; California 1,490. Headquarters: 2445 McCabe Way, Irvine 92714. Chairman, president and chief executive: Roger W. Johnson. 1986 rank: 101. ASE

80 Bell Industries Inc. (1952) Leading industrial distributor of electronic components as well as major manufacturer of computer components and aircraft products. Also distributes for building and construction trades and graphic arts industry. Sales: $300.2 million ended 6-30-86 ($304.1 million in 1985). Income: $3.0 million or 56 cents a share ($6.7 million or $1.26). Dividends: 32 cents a share (32 cents). Assets: $151.2 million. Employees: total 1,900; California 1,100. Headquarters: 11812 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles 90049. Chairman, president and chief executive: Theodore Williams. 1986 rank: 70. NYSE, PSE

81 Hexcel Corp. (1948) An international developer and manufacturer of value-added honeycomb; advanced fiber composites; and specialty chemicals and resins used in aerospace, space and defense and other industries. Sales: $290.4 million year-end 1986 ($235.2 million in 1985). Income: $9.7 million or $2.28 a share ($7.7 million or $1.89). Dividends: 60 cents a share (60 cents). Assets: $224.9 million. Employees: total 3,000; California 850. Headquarters: 650 California St., San Francisco 94108. Chairman: Harvie M. Merrill. President and chief executive: Robert L. Witt. 1986 rank: 83. NYSE

82 MAI Basic Four Inc. (1985) Designs, manufactures and markets business computers and information processing systems primarily for multi-user applications by small and medium-sized businesses. Also provides maintenance and related service internationally through its third-party maintenance organization, TekServ. Markets its products in more than 30 countries. Revenues: $287.9 million year-end 1986 ($249.4 million in 1985). Income $18.2 million or $1.19 a share ($4.6 million or 31 cents). Assets: $177.1 million. Employees: total 3,010; California 1,050. Headquarters: 14101 Myford Rd., Tustin 92680. Chairman: Bennet Lebow. President and chief executive: William B. Patton Jr. 1986 rank: none. NYSE

83 Earle M. Jorgensen Co. (1924) Nationwide distributor and processor of steel and aluminum; manufacturer of heavy steel, aluminum and other non-ferrous forgings; and a steel producer. Twenty-eight plants and sales offices extend from Honolulu to the East Coast. Sales: $285.2 million year-end 1986 ($297.4 million in 1985). Income: loss of $14.8 million or $2.35 a share (profit of $9.4 million or $1.48). Dividends: $1.00 a share ($1.00). Assets: $197.1 million. Employees: total 1,620; California 460. Headquarters: 10700 Alameda St., Lynwood 90262. Chairman: Earle M. Jorgensen. President and chief executive: John W. Jorgensen. 1986 rank: 71. NYSE, PSE

84 Marshall Industries Inc. (1954) One of the largest domestic distributors of industrial electronic components and production supplies. Through its nationwide network of 37 distribution centers, supplies and services a broad range of products, including semiconductors, passive components, connectors, wire subsystems and electronic production supplies. Sales: $276.1 million ended 2-28-87 ($233.6 million in 1986). Income: $4.6 million or 62 cents a share ($1.8 million or 26 cents). Assets: $132.8 million. Employees: total 1,070; California 370. Headquarters: 9674 Telestar Ave., El Monte 91731. Chairman, president and chief executive: Gordon S. Marshall. 1986 rank: 75. NYSE

85 Care Enterprises (1978) Operates skilled and intermediate nursing facilities in six states, pharmacies and home care/rehabilitation businesses. Revenues: $264.8 million year-end 1986 ($238.5 million in 1985). Income: loss of $6.2 million or 63 cents a share (profit of $3.6 million or 43 cents). Dividends: 10 cents a share (none). Assets: $260.0 million. Employees: total 11,100; California 7,460. Headquarters: 23046 Avenida De La Carlota, Laguna Hills 92653. Chairman, president and chief executive: Lee R. Bangerter. 1986 rank: 81. ASE

86 Atari Corp. (1984) Manufactures and markets personal computers and video game systems selling in over 50 countries worldwide. Revenues: $258.0 million year-end 1986 ($142.0 million in 1985). Income: $25.1 million or $1.06 a share (loss of $14.3 million or 62 cents). Assets: $184.2 million. Employees: total 1,400; California 150. Headquarters: 1196 Borregas Ave., Sunnyvale 94088. Chairman and chief executive: Jack Tramiel. President: Sam Tramiel. 1986 rank: none. ASE, PSE

87 Watkins-Johnson Co. (1957) Designs, develops, manufactures, sells and services advanced, high technology electronic systems and devices for military, industrial and space applications. Sales: $255.4 million year-end 1986 ($232.6 million in 1985). Income: $17.2 million or $1.97 a share ($18.4 million or $1.94). Dividends: 40 cents a share (36 cents). Assets: $172.6 million. Employees: total 3,150; California 2,350. Headquarters: 3333 Hillview Ave., Palo Alto 94304. Chairman: Dean A. Watkins. President and chief executive: H. Richard Johnson. 1986 rank: 84. NYSE, PSE

88 Kerr Glass Manufacturing Corp. (1903) Producer of glass and plastic containers and metal and plastic closures with eight manufacturing plants in seven states. Products are sold to commercial food packagers, home canners, brewers, soft drink bottlers, and commercial packagers of drugs, pharmaceuticals, toiletries, chemicals and household products. Sales: $251.6 million year-end 1986 ($251.7 million in 1985). Income: $3.8 million or 26 cents a share (loss of $2.4 million or $1.65 a share). Dividends: 44 cents a share (44 cents). Assets: $148.5 million. Employees: total 2,800; California 500. Headquarters: 1840 Century Park East, Los Angeles 90

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