What you need is a way to tell table 2 what record in table 1 it is linked to.
I hope you made ID fields in both your tables.(If you didn't, no problem, that can be fixed)
An ID field is a number field set to auto enter a serial value.
That way every record has a unique ID.
So if every adress has a Unique ID. You can tell the table 2 the Unique ID you want to link to.
In terms of tables you will get this:
In the second table you have a field called: AdressIdFk. It's a number field and it's the place where you store the Id of the record of table 1 you want to link to.
In other words, if you want to display "424 Browning Field Way - Hampton - 30228 - MBraze" In table 2 then you need to set the ID of this adress line. (Let's say it's "2") In the AdressIdFk field in table 2.
You can do this manually, or you can use a dropdown value list, or you can put Table 2 as a portal on you layout of table 1.
The only thing you are missing is is a relationship. Your Table two doesn't yet know what this value "2" means in it's AdressIdFk table.
So you go to "File" - "Manage" - "Database" and you go to the relationships tab.
You drag a line from the ID field of table one to the adressIdFk field in table 2. A line will appear with a [=] sign in the middle.
Then on the layout of table 2 you add the fields (Adress, City, Zip, FieldRep) of table 1.
You don't create fields for this in table 2; Instead you use the fields from Table 1 to display this info on Table 2.
I hope this make sense. It's really the basics of relational database design.
This file demonstrates this as well:
Have a look at it to see how it's done.