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Photos of two questionable areas.
Dip Stick leak occurs with 1/2 throttle or above and becomes a larger stream with more throttle. Crankcase breather tube on other side of engine allows a slight puffing of air, no oil, and no back sucking as a stuck valve might indicate.
Leak at back side of fuel pump drive and attachment to block area appears to becoming from the rear most of two nuts. I was told this is probably the fuel pump drive shaft and has a bad seal. It appears to be engine oil leaking by black color.
Comments, insight and speculation are very welcome.
Thank you to all who assisted in "add photo" advice, now I will try and follow your thoughts with reduced size pics.
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