“Candy Bar” is set in Portly, an extended variant of Metro. It was added to the Filmotype library in 1955. “Spearmint” is another Filmotype face used in all caps: It’s Zingo – with added stripes. “Hi-fi for small fry” pairs Flash (1939) and Futura Bold (1928). “Twist” and “and the” are in two rather generic grotesques, and can be a lot of things. The glyphs at hand are probably not enough to pinpoint the typefaces.
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“Twist” might be using Filmotype Garnet; just like Portly and Zingo, it was carried by Filmotype.
That’s a reasonable suggestion! Thinking along these lines, the wide sans then could be Filmotype Fortune.