Arthur J. Gilmore, 64, a retired accounting official of the National Park Service who also worked on the Price Commission, a part of the Nixon administration's economic stabilization program, died Saturday at D.C. General Hospital after suffering a heart attack at RFK Stadium here.

Mr. Gilmore, who retired from federal service in 1973, went to the Price Commission in 1971 after working at the park service for 33 years.

He had joined the park service in 1938 at Mess Verde Colo. and served in Texas. Washington state and the regional office in Santa Fe, N.M.

In 1955, Mr. Gilmore Transferred to the office here and eventually became chief accountants for the finance division.

After his federal retirement, he was a financial officer for George Washington University's Marvin Student Center and later the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Born in Columbus County, Wis., he attended Lawrence College in Appleton, Wis., and the Barnes School of Commerce in Denver.

Mr. Gilmore was an amateur trumpet player and was a 15-year veteran of the Washington Redskins Band. It was during last Saturday's game that he suffered a heart attack.

Survivors include his wife, Cecil Taylor Gilmore, of the home in Falls church; three daughters, Leslie Vandivere, of Lexington Park, Md., Virginia Walker of Tallahassee, Fla., and Joan Stewart, of Alexandria; a son, Jeff, of Falls Church, and three grandchildren.