A woman who helped hide more than 100 Jews during the Holocaust has died at a New York retirement community.  Tina Strobos died Monday in Rye. She was 91. Strobos was diagnosed with breast cancer several years ago.  The Dutch native took Jews into her Amsterdam home and then led them to other hiding places. She also doctored passports for them and stashed guns stolen from the Germans.  Not one of the Jews she helped was ever captured.