While we're waiting for the photos, here is some info that might help.
In 1985-1986, Carl Zingale, aka "Cue Ball Kelly", working as a spokesperson/marketing person for J-S Sales. They had done a line of pool cues with his name on them, and he was in the process of promoting them.
Note the part in bold font - emphasis ours.
Carl "Cue Ball Kelly" Zingale
1896 - 1986
Our April issue carried a story and picture about Carl Zingale, better known to the pool and billiard world as Cue Ball Kelly, and his new marketing position with J-S Sales Company of Mt. Vernon, New York. Shortly after going to press we received the following notification from J-S Sales Company, Inc.
"It is with deep sadness that we inform you that on March 23rd Cue Ball Kelly passed away after suffering a heart attack earlier in the month. After a lifetime of achievement and dedication to the world of billiards, Mr. Kelly had been looking forward to his new career as goodwill ambassador and spokesman for J-S Sales. He looked forward to meting his fans, friends and customers at the BCA Show in Ft. Worth, Texas.
Mr. Kelly's last project was the development and testing of a new line of billiard items for J-S Sales bearing his name and likeness. It is a tribute to Mr. Kelly's lifetime dedication to billiards that J-S will proudly debut the Cue Ball Kelly line at the Billiard Congress of America trade show. It was Mr. Kelly's wish to carry on his philosophy of charitable work by earmarking a portion of his endorsement
earnings to the Hugh Doyle Senior Citizen's Center in New Rochelle, New York.
It is our hope that we can pay tribute to Mr. Kelly's lifetime of devotion to our industry by keeping his name before the pool playing public for many years to come.''
Pool & Billiard Magazine correspondent, Jay Helfert, submitted this post-script with a recent tournament report that is an expression of the feelings of the many individuals who knew or had the pleasure of seeing Cue Ball Kelly perform.
"We note with condolences the passing of Carl Zingale, also known as 'Cue Ball Kelly'. A true testament to the therapeutic benefits of our sport, 'Cue Ball' lived a full and healthy ninety years. At the end he was still giving exhibitions for the "kids" at convalescent hones. Cue Ball Kelly will be fondly remembered and missed by all who knew him."
Source: Pool & Billiard Magazine, Pg. 17, 1986 Issue (month unknown)