Ron Weiner, left, with son Brent, at their Procter’s Jewelers on the Fulton Mall, holding a newspaper article featuring a photo of the jack-hammering ceremony in 1964 when Fulton Street was torn up for the Fulton Mall. Ron attended with his father, Irwin, both in the photo, at bottom center. (Ron's father is the bald man at very center, with Ron at his left)
Ron Weiner, left, with son Brent, at their Procter’s Jewelers on the Fulton Mall, holding a newspaper article featuring a photo of the jack-hammering ceremony in 1964 when Fulton Street was torn up for the Fulton Mall. Ron attended with his father, Irwin, both in the photo, at bottom center. (Ron's father is the bald man at very center, with Ron at his left) JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Ron Weiner, left, with son Brent, at their Procter’s Jewelers on the Fulton Mall, holding a newspaper article featuring a photo of the jack-hammering ceremony in 1964 when Fulton Street was torn up for the Fulton Mall. Ron attended with his father, Irwin, both in the photo, at bottom center. (Ron's father is the bald man at very center, with Ron at his left) JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

Bill McEwen: As the face of Fulton Mall changes, some things (and people) stay the same

March 02, 2016 04:56 PM