"The Flying Constable" Jack Cones

About the Muralist
Dedication Date: January 27, 1996
Locaton: 29 Palms Gemcrafts

Twentynine Palms' most beloved lawman, Jack Cones will be forever airborne in this 16- by 60-foot tribute. Elected in 1932, he was the law here until his death in 1960. He earned his lofty nickname by patrolling his 2,800-square-mile jurisdiction in a Piper J-3 Cub. The mural artist, Tim O'Connor of Twentynine Palms, came to admire the constable after hearing stories of Cones' exploits while taking flying lessons at nearby Cones Field in the early 1970s. The mural is located at 6308 Adobe Road, Crossroads Christian Books (the former 29 Palms Gemcrafts building).Dedicated: January 27, 1996.

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