Soviet missile treaty inspector Evgeniy Golovkin and Alta High School students David Grandpre, right, and, Russell Grey plant a tree in the International Peace Gardens at Jordan Park Saturday. About a dozen Soviet inspectors and nearly 50 volunteers worked side-by-side to landscape the Soviet Garden area of the Peace Gardens. "It's a pleasure for us to work with the American volunteers today toplant these trees for peace," said Evgeniy Terechod, another inspector. Last October, and again last month, Soviet inspectors had planted single trees in the garden. Lowell Turner, chairman of the Utah Committee for American/Soviet Relations, said about 75 trees and shrubs were donated by the Utah Nurserymen and Landscape Contractors Association to complete the garden's landscaping. Turner calledthe Soviet Garden an "ongoing, living, visual symbol of understanding between the Soviet Union and America."