Well, now you are losing to 96, however it seems very unlikely that they would call a pf raise so let's ignore that possibility.
I will assume that the 5 puts makes a four-flush possible. And we are still worried about a 6 or jack, and less likely a four (65 would make a straight).
So let's shut them out here on the turn, the pot is big enough, and we dont want to fuck around.
Let's figure out the pot size: $110+SB's bet of $30. So that's make $140 in the pot. If someone's chasing a open ended straight draw that's eight outs, if a flush, that's 9 outs. 46 to 9 (the higher amount of outs) is approximately 5 to 1, so we need to need a raise that will not offer correct odds to anyone chasing.
If we raise to a $100 total, that would put $240 in the pot. The button would have to call $100 to win $240 more or 2.4 to 1, and the SB would have to call $70 to win $240 more - 3.5 to 1. If the button calls, then the SB gets a price of $340 to $70, or about 5 to 1 which is what we don't want.
So we should raise more.... maybe to say $130 - make an even $100 raise - high enough that if they call with anything, they are either drawing dead, or drawing unprofitably. And that's basically all you can do.
Don't get greedy, raise to $130.