Easter is approaching.
Father O'Maley checks estimates for the flower decoration of the altar.
The catholic florist - $ 300.
"Too expensive" moans the priest.
The protestant florist - $ 250, "No, it would not be right to buy at another Christian believer, especially as the price difference is rather small." But lo!
Solly Goldberg - $ 75!!!
Religion or economics?
After much consideration, Solly obtains the contract.
On Easter Sunday morning, Goldberg's men deliver the flowers: wonderful roses, azaleas, camellias, tulips and carnations.
O'Maley's last reservations are discarded.
When the parishioners arrive in the church, they see the magnificent flower arrangement and a ribbon with the inscription: "Jesus has risen!
But the prices of Goldberg always stay the same."