Thank you for your post.
FileMaker Pro 9 can have several tables per file. When you convert your FileMaker Pro 6 files to 9, the table defaults to the name of the file name. If you create a clone, the file name changes, but the table name does not change. You can always go into "Manage -> Database" and change the name of the table to the name of the file.
Thanks for the suggestion and it worked, but one must realize that due to the fact that the “Table names” can not have many symbols and characters such as -1, %, &, and reserved names and etc, the naming the file is dictated by the limitations and restrictions set by the Table naming convention.