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All you need to do is create two different titles.
Put your stationary title on Video 2, and put your scrolling title on Video 3, directly above it.
I had the two video tracks figured out but the following is what I later figured out on my own to seal up the problem. For the #1 title that I wanted to remain seeing all of the time while the #2 title was scrolling below I had to do the following. I had to draw a rectangle and then assign a color to it. Then I sent that rectangle backwards. Then I put the text for #1 title on top of the colored rectangle. The #1 title colored rectangle covers the top 1/3 of the viewing screen. The bottom 2/3 of the viewing screen is for the rolling #2 credits title. The rolling credits then disappear behind the colored rectangle #1 title. Without the colored rectangle you see the two video tracks on top of one another. (Do you see what I mean by that?). The whole thing is pretty cool and makes for some great versatility with rolling credits. The uses are endless. Thanks again for being the one person who replied to my concerns.
Two other methods to "limit" the display of the scrolling credits would be:
Use Track Matte Keying to limit the display
Use the Crop Effect for the top of the scrolling display
Personally, I like the Track Matte Keying, as one can even "feather" the upper limit on the scrolling credits, so that they "fade" out before they reach the stationary Title.