Solon Automated Services, a District laundry equipment company, has reported its best first quarter ever as profits for the three-month period ending Dec. 31, 1982, rose to $1.86 million (64 cents a share) up from $1.76 million (61 cents) for the previous first quarter. Revenues rose to $25.03 million for the quarter, up from $23.26 million. Heck's Inc., the Charleston, W. Va., retail chain, reported a sharp increase in fourth-quarter sales and profits. Sales for the full year rose to $399 million up from $321.3 million in 1981 and profits jumped 20 percent to $5.8 million (60 cents). For the quarter, profits rose to about $2 million (20 cents), an 81.6 percent increase over the results for the same quarter in 1981. Citizens Savings and Loan, a Richmond thrift association that acquired four new offices in the Tidewater area last year, reported sharp assets and profits gains in 1982. Assets rose to $350.97 million, up 55 percent since last year. Profits rose to $3.16 million ($4.27), compared with a 1981 loss of $445,370 (60 cents). Noland Co. reported that profits increased 5 percent in 1982 to $3.26 million ($1.32) compared with 1981 profits of $3.10 million ($1.26). Sales for 1982 at the Newport News machinery company fell 7 percent to $247 million.