Andrew MacElhone,73, longtime owner of the famous Paris...

Deaths Elsewhere

September 21, 1996

Andrew MacElhone,73, longtime owner of the famous Paris watering hole Harry's New York Bar, died Monday of a heart attack in Paris.

MacElhone -- whose father, Harry, opened the bar, catered to Ernest Hemingway and mixed the first Bloody Mary -- began working at the bar in 1939 and was owner-manager from 1958 until 1989.

Pub Date: 9/21/96

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