MEMORANDUM AND ORDER
GERALD J. WEBER, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE.
Plaintiff administratrix brings a wrongful death action against a Titusville police officer, Wellman, the City of Titusville and two taverns, J.R.'s Steakhouse and Holiday Inn. The action against the police officer and the City of Titusville are for violations of Civil Rights under 42 U.S.C. § 1983. The actions against the taverns are based on the Pennsylvania Dram Shop law.
Jurisdiction over the federal civil rights causes of action is established under 28 U.S.C. § 1343(c).
Plaintiff does not claim any federal jurisdictional basis for the actions against the two taverns but asserts that these claims have pendant jurisdiction because they all arise out of a common set of circumstances and ought to be tried together.
They can be tried together in the Venango County Common Pleas Court which has jurisdiction over federal civil claims as well as the purely state claims. In fact other actions are pending in Venango County arising out of the same accident and summons have been issued out of that court for the same action as pleaded here.
It has been argued that judicial efficiency would be promoted by the trial of all actions in one court. Justice Rehnquist answered that argument in Aldinger v. Howard, 427 U.S. 1, 15, 49 L. Ed. 2d 276, 96 S. Ct. 2413:
We think there is much sense in the observation of Judge Sobeloff, writing for the Court of Appeals in Kenrose Mfg. Co. v. Fred Whitaker Co., 512 F.2d 890, 894 (C.A.4 1972):