' Meails Permitted To R-esimi Kenneth C. Means, fired last month for closing the General Hospital emergency section without authorization, will be allowed to resign his position as a City-County Health Board admissions inspector, the board's attorney said last night. Means, 6204 W. Pages Lane, had appealed his dismissal to the Louisville Civil Service Board, and a hearing on his appeal was scheduled yesterday. Hearing Canceled B. Edward Campbell, director of the civil service board, said the hearing was canceled after he was informed by Hen- want his job back but had ap-ry V. B. Denzer, attorney for pealed his firing to clear his the health board, that an record. agreement had been reached to let Means resign. Clear Record Sought Campbell said Means' appeal will be withdrawn and that no action will be needed from his board. Means was dismissed after hospital officials learned he called police without authority to inform them that the emergency rooms would be closed until they were scrubbed. Means ordered the cleaning Denzer said he and Frank E. after learning that a woman Haddad, Jr., attorney for Wlth an aclne case of tuber- Means, reached an agreement eulosis had been brought into whereby the health board will the section the previous night. v0ta.PrK t Chf.rg" f V " S. ' Hopila officials said Means' Means but will permit him to jf)b tQ determine eligibiJy 8 " of persons seeking admission Haddad said Means does not to the hospital.