WITH THOSE WORDS, LT. COMMANDER JIM SZATKOWSKI CUT INTO A MISSILE-DECORATED CAKE WEDNESDAY MORNING AS AMERICAN OFFICIALS AND SOVIET INSPECTORS FROM THE HERCULES PORTAL HELD A BRIEF PARTY CELEBRATING THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF THE SIGNING OF THE INTERMEDIATE-RANGE NUCLEAR FORCES TREATY. WARM WORDS IN BOTH SOVIET AND ENGLISH AND NATIONAL ANTHEMS FROM BOTH COUNTRIES MARKED THE PARTY, HELD AT THE SUN ARBOR APARTMENTS IN SALT LAKE CITY TO CELEBRATE THE TREATY'S FIRST SUCCESSFUL YEAR AND ACKNOWLEDGE THE NEW-FOUND WARMTH BETWEEN THE TWO COUNTRIES. "WHAT WE'RE DOING TODAY IS STARTING A JOINT CULTURAL TRADITION WITH THE CELEBRATION OF THE SIGNING OF THE TREATY THAT BRINGS YOU HERE TO UTAH," SAID SZATKOWSKI, SITE COMMANDER. HE PRESENTED THE SOVIET OFFICIALS WITH A PLAQUE. THEY, IN TURN, PRESENTED AMERICAN OFFICIALS WITH A PICTURE BOOK ON MOSCOW. "THE INF TREATY IS SUPPORTED ALL OVER THE WORLD," SAID YEVDOKIMOV VYACHESLAV, SOVIET TEAM INSPECTION CHIEF. MISSILES ARE BEING REMOVED FROM NINE STATES AND THREE CONTINENTS, HE SAID. "FROM ELIMINATION TO ELIMINATION, THE WORLD BECOMES MORE PEACEFUL."