You could use an OR on your INCLUDE. It won't get you "JoHnson" unless you code for that as well.
There is TRAN. With TRAN you can covert a field in various ways, including UTOL (upper to lower) and LTOU (lower to upper). This would deal with all possible "mangled-case" versions of Johnson.
Of course, you may not want to do that to your actual field, so you can "extend" your record by appending 141,200 at column 3052 with OVERLAY, doing the TRAN while you are at it, then INCLUDE with the all-upper or all-lower (your choice) on the exteded field, and drop the appended data before writing out, INREC BUILD=(1,3051) for instance.
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Thank you very much. I didn't want the field changed on the output. I just wanted to select all records with Johnson, regardless of case. DFSORT should probably have a prefix or keywork parameter to accomplish this.
I will probably switch the utility to FILEAID that can select upper and lower case by simply inserting a 'T' prefix.