Martha Reeves may not be dancing in the streets but she says there are no hard feelings now that she's settled her 1989 suit against Motown Records and Jobete Music Co. Reeves had been seeking back royalties and future royalties and said Motown founder Berry Gordy Jr. called her last Friday, offering to settle the suit for an undisclosed sum. "He said he was sorry it had gone this far," Reeves said. "He actually said that. I told him I had no hard feelings." Reeves also won exclusive rights to the name "Martha and the Vandellas" and to royalties from continuing earnings from her work. Since her return to Detroit after 12 years in Los Angeles, Reeves has been active in local charities, helps teens record rap songs and is secretary to a Detroit foundation that provides schoarships for visually impaired college students.